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foggy windshield

joebruin77

Active Member
Dec 23, 2018
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1,226
Encino, CA
I have used this method to clean the inside windshield glass and it works really well (courtesy of youtuber Chris Fix):

1) Wipe as much of the residue off with a clean, dry microfiber towel.
2) Put a Magic Eraser in a small container of warm water, wring out the excess water, and then clean the entire glass repeatedly and thoroughly. I liked to use a criss-cross pattern, where first you go up and down, then go right to left.
3) Use a clean, dry microfiber towel to dry the entire window.
4) Use a non-amonia glass cleaner such as Stoner's Invisible Glass, Sprayway, or Meguiars D140 to clean the entire inside glass one last time. This time, instead of a standard microfiber, I use a dedicated, waffle weave glass towel. This will leave a lot less of those tiny, annoying fibers behind that you see when the sun hits the window.

Hope that helps.
 

drtimhill

Active Member
Apr 25, 2019
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4,207
Seattle
I have used this method to clean the inside windshield glass and it works really well (courtesy of youtuber Chris Fix):

1) Wipe as much of the residue off with a clean, dry microfiber towel.
2) Put a Magic Eraser in a small container of warm water, wring out the excess water, and then clean the entire glass repeatedly and thoroughly. I liked to use a criss-cross pattern, where first you go up and down, then go right to left.
3) Use a clean, dry microfiber towel to dry the entire window.
4) Use a non-amonia glass cleaner such as Stoner's Invisible Glass, Sprayway, or Meguiars D140 to clean the entire inside glass one last time. This time, instead of a standard microfiber, I use a dedicated, waffle weave glass towel. This will leave a lot less of those tiny, annoying fibers behind that you see when the sun hits the window.

Hope that helps.

wow .. do you ever allow your car to leave the garage??? :)
 
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I have used this method to clean the inside windshield glass and it works really well (courtesy of youtuber Chris Fix):

1) Wipe as much of the residue off with a clean, dry microfiber towel.
2) Put a Magic Eraser in a small container of warm water, wring out the excess water, and then clean the entire glass repeatedly and thoroughly. I liked to use a criss-cross pattern, where first you go up and down, then go right to left.
3) Use a clean, dry microfiber towel to dry the entire window.
4) Use a non-amonia glass cleaner such as Stoner's Invisible Glass, Sprayway, or Meguiars D140 to clean the entire inside glass one last time. This time, instead of a standard microfiber, I use a dedicated, waffle weave glass towel. This will leave a lot less of those tiny, annoying fibers behind that you see when the sun hits the window.

Hope that helps.

Invisible glass is the best!
 

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