How to Clean a Car Windshield Inside

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While cleaning the outside of your window is a simple and intuitive task, most Stamford and Greenwich drivers don’t know how to clean a windshield inside. If you’re wondering how to clean inside car windows, you’ll first need to gather a microfiber towel, glass cleaner and rubbing alcohol. Once you’re ready, read the Garavel CJDR service department’s step-by-step guide on how to clean your car windshield. Are you more of a visual learner? Be sure to check out video service guides as well!

How to Clean Inside Car Windows

Here are the primary steps on how to clean a car windshield inside:

  • First, you’ll want to wipe down the glass of the windshield with a microfiber cloth in order to remove grime.
  • Spray the glass down with a cleaner. You may be wondering, “can you use Windex on car windows?” Keep reading for a comprehensive answer below.
  • Wipe off the cleaner.
  • Then give the glass a second cleaning by applying rubbing alcohol to a microfiber cloth and scrubbing out any remaining stubborn residue.
  • Another, final round of glass cleaner or glass polish will give your windshield ever greater transparency.

Can You Use Windex on Car Windows?

Can you use Windex on car windows? You can use Windex on car windows safely. Some people say that one should avoid using Windex on tinted windows, but there’s no evidence supporting that the ammonia in Windex causes any problems. That said, if you‘ve been planning to give your car a thorough cleaning, do not use Windex on leather as it will dry it out.

More Tips on How to Clean Your Car Windshield

Have we fully answered your questions about how to clean your car windshield inside? If not, Bridgeport drivers should check out these additional tips.

  • Microfiber cloths eliminate the stray paper fibers you get when cleaning with a paper towel.
  • If you’re having trouble reaching the corners of the windshield, use a reach-and-clean tool.
  • Use a circular motion when scrubbing off grime with a microfiber cloth. When wiping off streaks, move vertically.

Have Further Questions about How to Clean Inside Your Car Windshield?

If you still have any confusion left over how to clean your car windshield, don’t hesitate to reach out to Garavel CJDR in Norwalk. We’re happy to help guide you through the process or take care of it for you if you feel out of your depth. While you’re here, be sure to check out our archive of other car service tips and tricks. We’d also be happy to help you learn what type of car wash is best for your vehicle!

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