The common use of things can cause your windshield looks dirtier than you think. Mineral deposits, oil route, pollution and many other agents may leave your windshield with a gritty and rough appearance. In this case, a cleaner common not enough. You need polishing.
- Evaluates the natural state of your windshield. If you have a sandy or trademark look, you’ll need a grinder to make it look like new again, but if you are not severely damaged you can polish it with a little physical effort.
- Purchase an agent for glass polishing it specifically for windshield. You can get at any auto service or hardware store.
- Buy or rent the machine polishing or grinding product, depending on the condition that present your windshield. At last you can get at hardware because the orbital polishers can be used elsewhere. Get at least one disc for polishing for your machine polisher.
- Read the manufacturer’s instructions that come with the polishing agent to make sure you apply it properly. Most are placed in circular motions over the entire windshield, allowed to dry and then rinse with water.
- Spend a clean microfiber cloth around the windshield to give it a final polish and remove any dirt that is left. When finished, your windshield will shine like new and be totally soft.