Clean water stains from the car with these simple tricks.
When it rains, acidic raindrops often leave marks on the windshield or car bodywork, when you try to clean them they do not seem to disappear or aggravate the problem.
If this happens to you, in Globe Live Media we share with you some tricks that will help you to remove water stains on windshields.
How to remove water stains on car windows?
Wash your car
Before applying the following tricks, it is very important to first rinse your car, as you normally do. It is better to use a bucket, as washing it with a hose is a great waste of water.
Washing will remove all the dust and dirt before you start, especially if you have a lot of rainwater marks. This will remove most of the stains.
It may seem strange, but toothpaste is ideal for removing raindrop marks. All you will require is toothpaste, baking soda, white vinegar, liquid soap and a little water. The procedure is simple:
- In a cup, heat and add one tablespoon of baking soda and one tablespoon of the toothpaste.
- To the same mixture, pour half a cup of white vinegar, and then mix very well.
- Then with a newspaper or dry cloth wipe the surface of your window to later clean it with the mixture.
- Remove the excess of the mixture with a cloth.
Lemon is also a very good option when cleaning raindrops from windows. All you need to do is cut a lemon and rub it all over the surface, then allow the lemon acid to sit for at least 5 minutes.
Finally, wipe off the excess and you will see how your windows will be as good as new. The lemon will not damage or stain your windows, try it and you will see immediate results.
Vinegar is par excellence one of the most efficient natural cleaners, besides being cheap and effective to fulfill the task of destain the windows of the choche of raindrops. All you need is:
- Mix water and vinegar in some container.
- Apply it to the surface of your window
- Wipe it with a cloth (you can also use some newspaper).
- The vinegar removes dirt and adds shine and transparency without leaving marks. As a trick, you can also clean on a cloudy day or
- away from direct sunlight, as the heat of the sun makes the cleaner dry quickly, leaving marks.
How to remove water stains from car bodywork?
The first thing you should do to remove water stains from the bodywork is to wash your car with water to remove any traces of dust or dirt.
These debris can make it difficult to locate areas with severe water spots. Use your microfiber towel to dry your car thoroughly so you can move on to the next step.
Make a 50:50 mixture of water and vinegar and spray it on the water spots. If there are a lot of stains, you can also use a sponge so you can clean more areas. Be sure not to put too much vinegar.
Do not clean immediately after spraying the mixture on the water spots. Wait at least two to three minutes for best results. The mixture will loosen the minerals that are embedded in your car so leaving it for a few minutes provides better results.
Finally, wipe off the mixture with a microfiber towel. Using a microfiber towel provides better results as it can absorb more of the mixture and lasts longer than a traditional cotton towel.
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