When water evaporates on the paint of the car, the calcium and metals in tap water leave behind water spots. Car owners avoid water spots by drying the car immediately after washing or using a detailing spray to quickly remove them, but sometimes water spots are able to...
Water spots that have set into car paint can be removed with a mild acid such as vinegar. Water spots that have not settled into the car paint are easier to remove and can be treated by using a quick detailing spray after washing the car.
Covering windshields and car windows with carpet squares or other pieces of cloth keeps water from freezing to the glass. Covering side mirrors with plastic grocery bags or Ziploc storage bags keeps ice from developing on those, too.
To clean car windows, use the appropriate cleaner and towels, park the vehicle in the shade, begin with the windshield, and work from the outside to the center. Keep window-cleaning towels separate from other car-detailing rags, and do not add fabric softener when washi...
Replace a car window by gathering the necessary materials, taking the door apart, removing the window to be replaced and inserting in a window glass panel. Car windows are typically replaced due to irreparable damage, such as damage from a smashed car window.
To install a car window, press the window controls until the window is fully down, take out the window's weatherstrip, remove the window crank and the handle bezel from the door, detach the trim panel, and disconnect the electrical connectors. Then, affix the window reg...
You can write on car windows with specially made markers and chalk. These items are made to clean off easily and are non-toxic.