By Mrs. Mathis
Image by Doug Waldron Generally speaking, the big issue related to car window cleaning is not how to clean car windows as much as it is finding time for cleaning car windows. After all, most people have some general idea about how to wash car windows. They just need to know the easiest and best way to clean car windows.
How To Wash Car Windows
The best opportunity for car window cleaning occurs when you are already washing your car anyway. Any product that is suitable for washing a car can be used for cleaning car windows. Just avoid anything that has added wax or anything else that will leave behind a film. If you have any questions, just try a little on a corner of your back window where it won’t show.
After cleaning car windows, always take a few minutes to refill your window cleaner reservoir. Then you will be able to keep the windows clean.
If it’s hard for you to find time for cleaning car windows, just do what I do. Keep a bottle of window cleaner and a roll of paper towels in your car and take time to clean your windows while you’re waiting to pick someone up, drop someone off or for an appointment to begin.
How To Clean Car Windows Without Washing Them
You can use any glass cleaner you would use in your home for cleaning car windows. I personally prefer a mixture of equal parts water and white vinegar. Just spray and wipe. Avoid cleaners containing ammonia, as that can be very unhealthy within a small enclosed space. Also try to avoid getting any window cleaner on your dash. If you do, wipe it up quickly and then wipe it again with a damp cloth.Print This Article