How to clean car windows - Car windows get dirty quickly from driving, or even just sitting in the car port or driveway. Thankfully, they are easy to clean with simply a little glass cleaner and some cleaning bathroom towels. Cleaning auto glass is absolutely a three-step process. First, wash the entire car with water and soap. Soft cotton cloths might be best for this, as they are absorbent and doesn’t scratch the paint even if used with mild scrubbing. It is advisable to clean the interior of the automobile, and especially the doors, first. Because of this, dust and mud are certainly not transferred to the already clean windows.
Next, clean the glass both inside and out with the glass cleaner of your choice. Finally, wipe the entire car down with clean cotton cloths for a streak-free stand out. It is best to do this on an overcast day, as cleaning a car in direct sunlight or trying to clean warm glass can leave streaks, which spoils the effect.
To clean up the inside of the windshield, sit in the passenger's seat and wash it down carefully with one of the cleaning towels or rags muffled with simply a little cleanser. Wipe up and down and side to part, with firm even strokes, then buff with a clean, dry cloth. Take special care around the back view mirror, because you do not want to bump it loose or leave an uncleaned area around it, and very carefully clean the mirror itself.
Next, clean the aspect windows. If the windows are a frame, spin it down about an inch so that the top is showing. Clean the top first, and then buff it dry. Upcoming, roll it up and clean your rest of the window. Pay work to the corners, because they attract the worst smudges and streaks. Make sure to clean the driver's and passenger's side mirrors as well.
The inside of the rear window should be done last, because it is usually the most challenging to reach. The best was going to clean the corners and corners of the rear a glass are to use the back of the hand, pushing the cloth where it needs to go.
If the car is not new, there can be dirt and grime built up surrounding the corners and trim of the windshield and rear window. This can be removed with a classic toothbrush or detailing clean and somewhat of glass cleaner. A towel or some cotton rags at the base of the window will catch drips and keep this from going out of streaks.