Window Care: Tips and Tricks

The glass on your car windows is delicate. Unlike other parts of a vehicle, you have to keep an eye out for air bubbles and scratches that show up as the window ages.

When we think about caring for our car’s windows, it might seem like there isn’t much to do because they’re just made from glass – but if this was any other part of your vehicle then you would need regular inspections too! Just like anything else related to cars, we want our windshields clean with no cracks or stains so check in often until those problems arise and fix them right away before the damage gets worse.

1. Chips on the Windshield

When driving, rocks thrown up by other cars can cause small cracks on the windshield. Sometimes these chips are so tiny that they don’t affect your view or how it looks from outside of the car; however, if you ignore them long enough without repairing them, then eventually a crack will appear and this is when things get more complicated.

The most important thing to remember about chip repair is not ignoring problem areas because once one area has been damaged there’s no way stop any additional damage done unless repairs have already been made within 24 hours after initial contact with an object that may create chipping like for example-a pebble bouncing off during sharp turnings. The last thing you want is to be driving in the rain with a cracked windshield, which could cause your car’s structural integrity. Chips can easily spread over time if they aren’t addressed promptly and professionally by an auto glass repair expert. If these issues are left untreated for long enough then it may lead to needing the whole window replaced at high costs (time + money). Get ahead of any potential problems before their severity worsens with professional help from an experienced company like ours!

The best way out of this situation would be come visit us- we’ll make sure that all chips on your vehicle will get fixed as soon as possible so there won’t need replacing later down the road or worse yet risking injury while driving during inclement weather.

2. Regularly Clean Your Windows

You need to regularly clean your windshield and car windows. Many things can stick to them, including insects, dirt or bird droppings that get on the glass. When you thoroughly clean your car make sure to wipe down both sides of the window with a high-quality cleaner and microfiber cloth so they’re really sparkling!

3. Make Sure Your Wiper Blades are Up to Date

Wiper blades are notorious for tearing without any major cause. Torn wiper blades can also scratch the windshield, which will be permanent and you’ll need to replace it with a new one if there is an issue in your wipers.

4. Keep Your Car in the Shade

You need to be careful about what kind of windows you have in your car. All cars are not the same, and some types can’t withstand the heat from sunlight as well as others. Windows that haven’t been properly coated with a special spray-on plastic coating might start peeling off or cracking for no reason at all if they’re constantly exposed to direct sunlight even just a little bit too long – which is why it’s so important that when possible, people keep their window shades closed during daylight hours whenever they drive around (especially near big cities).

Premiere Auto Glass is the leading auto glass service provider for Mesa. If you need any of our services, we offer free quotes and can come to your convenience. Contact us today!