The water takes leave stains on the glass of the car than regular glass cleaners do not eliminate. Hard water leaves behind an accumulation of calcium, lime and iron. If you use a rough cleaner on the glass you run the risk of ruining the paint and even the glass of your car. There are several professional water stain removers that are safe to use on your car’s glass. After removing the stains of your windshield, treat the glass to avoid a future buildup.
- Spray the windshield with glass cleaner ammonia and alcohol free, designed to remove stains of hard water. Regular glass cleaners do not work to remove these stains and could exacerbate the problem.
- Take your microfiber cloth and wipe the windshield up and down.
- Take your second microfiber cloth and clean from left to right.
- Spray Rain X on a cotton applicator pad.
- Work with Rain X on your windshield with a circular motion covering the entire front. Let it dry for fifteen minutes.
- Spray your windshield with water and dry with a damp towel.
- Check your entire windshield again with a dry towel to make sure that Rain X has been completely removed.
Tips & Warnings
- Make sure Rain X does not fall on the paint on your car. Apply this product twice a year.
- Ammonia-based window cleaners can damage your paint.