No matter the weather conditions outside your vehicle’s window, it is important to make sure that you have maximum visibility when driving. While cracks and chips in your windshield are more obvious threats to your visibility, water spots can compromise your safety on the road, as well.
In this video, you will learn how to remove water spots from a car windshield. One helpful technique you can use to remove water spots from your windshield is spraying vinegar diluted with water onto your windshield and then using crumpled newspaper to wipe the water spots. The vinegar acts to remove the calcium deposits that can collect on your windshield. After you wipe the water spots off, place a wet cloth or wet newspaper on your windshield to absorb any residual vinegar. You can also use cleaning spray made specifically for water spots. If you do use a water spot product, however, it is important to not use the product in direct sunlight or on a hot surface.
To learn more about how to remove water spots from your windshield, call Glass on the Move at (510) 338-4791. We can help keep your windshield in great condition, ensuring the best visibility in all weather.