With proper care and maintenance, you can preserve the value of your car for much longer.
Most car owners will agree with me that waxing your car is one of the best ways to keep it looking shiny and impressive over the years.
This also applies when it comes to your car windows and windshields.
Many people tend to ignore them when waxing probably because they adds a few more minutes, but have you ever noticed how perfect a car looks with clear windows?
To bring out the beauty in your car windows and make them clean and reflecting, you will also need to wax them.
Follow through for the do’s and don’ts of waxing your car windows.
1. Always begin by washing your car thoroughly to remove any dirt – You should always use mild soap and water to clean and dry any part of your car, including the windows, before you begin waxing.
This is because wax tends to have a hard time adhering to dirt and even moisture.
2. When applying the wax product, only use a microfiber wash cloth – Keeping in mind that you are dealing with fragile objects, you will want to use something gentle to wax them.
A microfiber wash cloth will enable you to bring out all the gloss on your car windows without causing a single scratch on them.
It is the most preferred also when it comes to removing the swirl marks that tend to remain after waxing.
It is very easy to apply them without using much pressure.
4. Double wax your car windows for every gloss and shine – This is recommended by professionals for a deep, enduring finish.
You can begin with a synthetic wax and buff it up for extra shine.
Wipe this away, apply a final layer of your preferred wax and then polish.
1. Don’t apply the wax product immediately after cleaning your car windows – Before you begin waxing, you should make sure that your car windows are dry.
To achieve this, you can use a soft wash cloth to dry them thoroughly after cleaning.
2. Don’t wax in direct sunlight – Its always best to wax your car out of direct sunlight since wax dries instantly as soon as you apply it, making it very difficult to buffer.
The sun also heats up the car windows leaving a waxy residue that becomes very difficult to remove.