Best Auto Window Cleaner
The cleanliness of your car says a lot about the type of person that you are. People will see your car when you go on a date, when you are at work or when you are shopping. If you have a messy car with dirty windows and McDonalds wrappers all over the back seat, it says you are a slob and probably not worth dating. If you have a clean, neat and organized car, it says you are a clean neat and organized person. In other words, you are more in control of your life.
While most people take their cars to a car wash, the windows in particular on the inside, are still left dirty and grubby. Not only does this make your car look dirty, it also can reduce visibility and make your car unsafe. To help you out, this article provides some quick tips on how to clean car windows like a professional. So let’s look at the best way to clean car windows.
To start with you need the right products. While there are a range of cheap window cleaning products on the market, Windex is by far the best. So invest in a bottle or two of this product. By the way, if you watch the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” you will also see that it has a lot of other uses as well! You can use it as a perfect aftershave for date after you have a clean car.
Good Quality Cloth:
Don’t skimp on the cloth either. A good quality cloth is very important. We prefer microfiber ones, but it depends on your taste. Rather than using second hand rags, go out and buy a few good quality cloth’s that you will use just for cleaning your car’s windows.
Now that you know what you need, let’s look at the process that you can go through to clean your car windows properly.
Start by rinsing your windows with a cloth and some normal water. This will help to get a lot of the grime off first, before you even start on the Windex. The overall result will be much improved compared to just starting with Windex.
Spray And Wipe:
A part from having the right products there is not much more involved in cleaning the windows. Spray them with Windex and then wipe them clean. One thing we do recommend however is doing this twice. This ensures that all of the grit and grim are taken off your window. Just as a side note, start at the top and work your way to the bottom. This way you are ensuring that you won’t dirty up any areas that you have already cleaned.
Final Wipe Down:
In order to leave your windows perfect, don’t let any moisture remain. Grab a new cloth and do a final wipe down on all of your windows. This will have your car looking spick and span in no time.
In addition to the above, we offer some more words of advice. Tinted windows need to be treated slightly different when it comes to cleaning. Use less Windex, and make sure that you use a cloth that doesn’t scratch. This is why we are particularly fond of microfiber. It works well and doesn’t scratch. You don’t want your expensive tinted windows to be scratched by your simple cleaning.
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