Dirty windshields hinder your vision while driving. You should clean the windshield frequently.
Clean the windshield using a car shampoo. Wax, car exhaust gas and other grease adhere to the windshields, and they can't be removed by simply wiping off with a towel.
Oil film is caused by oil dirt burnt onto or adhered to the windshield by sun light. Unfortunately, it can't be completely removed with a regular car wash. Clean the windshield, using a abrasive cleaner, and you can easily remove it.
The effect is of course amazing, but it's very easy to use.
First, apply the coating liquid to the clean windshield,
and allow it to dry until the surface whitens. Wait for 5 minutes at high temperatures and 10 minutes at low temperatures.
After the surface dries, wipe off with a moist towel and you're done!
With this simple work, you can get a clear, water repellent windshield, which will make you look forward to driving on a rainy day. It also improves visibility while driving at night.
The spray-on product helps you work quickly because it is supposed to be used during bad weather. In addition, the strong spray power allows you to easily spray even on a wide windshield. By simply moving the wipers, the windshield starts repelling water.
Be sure to park the car at a safe place before spraying.
Tightly wring a wet towel and wipe the windows with the towel. A tip is to wipe with a dry towel before the surface gets dry thoroughly. Remaining streaks and lint on the window can be removed.
Be sure to use a glass cleaner for cars, because household glass cleaners may contain glare ingredients.
In order to prevent the liquid from splattering, spray the proper cleaner onto a towel and wipe down the windows.