The windshield was designed not only to protect the inside of the car from the rain or external agents, but it’s also engineered as a key component in the structural integrity of the vehicle.
Once the windshield is installed, there are a few things you should and shouldn’t do to avoid ruining the results of your glass replacement. For example, to avoid damaging the seal, you have to wait to wash your car for at least 24 hours and keep at least one window a little bit open to prevent building pressure inside of the vehicle.
Falling leaves during the fall season on your windshield can deteriorate your car’s value if you don’t clean your windshield the right way. It’s important to keep free from leaves not only your windshield but the entire vehicle.
Windshields are known to protect the inside of your vehicle; stopping bugs, rocks and any external element that can get into the car, most likely to protect you (the driver) and any passenger from serious injuries during an accident.
Inspect the blades
A good start is to determine if your windshield wiper blades are in good conditions . Inspect your blades for signs of cracking or discoloration. If they look worn out, replace them.
The first windshield
Gas powered automobiles were first produced in the 1890s. 14 years later, the first windshield was invented. This was nearly a decade with no protection whatsoever. These windshields were made of two-pieced plate glass. When one layer became too dirty, the driver could peel it down.
Here some tips to clean road grime, tree sap, salt and others windshield hazards from your windshield and/or car windows. Having a blurry windshield is very dangerous for
you and your family, we recommend you to make an effort cleaning your auto glass at least once a month, to ensure that they remain crystal clear for safe driving.