The snow can be harsh on your car, especially on your glass windows and windshield. Because they are made of glass, it's very possible that the low temperature can damage them and make them brittle, hazy, and easy to scratch.
In such case, what are the best ways to protect your windshield and windows from damage during winter?
- Park your car in a heated garage. A heated garage will keep your car free from winter damage because you can keep it at optimal temperatures. You may either park your car at the nearest underground parking lot from your house, or if you already have your own garage, you can install a thermostat controller in it to set your garage temperature manually.
- Use KevianClean Quick Wax to keep moisture off of your car exterior. Our Quick Wax formula allows moisture to simply slide off of the surface and roll away in beads. Applying our Quick Wax at least once every two weeks during winter will also help preserve your car's overall exterior appearance.
- Cover your car. If you park outside, covering your car is the most efficient way to protect it while it's parked. Make sure you use a car cover that's thick and made to withstand the elements, particularly snow.
- Use a squeegee to remove snow. Using a squeegee, you can wipe off the snow that has accumulated on your windshield and windows. You can do this daily to keep the snow from fogging your car windows. Make sure all your windows and most especially your windshield are clear and snow-free before you drive.
If you want to make your car last longer, every part of it must be valued. Don't let the snow damage your windshield or windows! Follow these simple tips for a more convenient driving experience.