One tip that seems obvious, yet. In summer your windshield gets dirty quickly, especially on long trips, because insects are more numerous and projections are more important. Normally, the rain is also seldom….. Here are our advice.
Cleaning the windshield of the car with newspaper rolled into a ball soaked in rubbing alcohol or ammonia water. You can also wipe on the windscreen a sponge soaked in a solution of ½ cup baking soda and ¼ hot water. Scrub then rinse with clear water.
Avoid condensation by rubbing your windscreen with a dry soap or medicinal alcohol.
Rub the windshield of the car with an onion cut in two.
SCRATCHES ON A CLEAR WINDSCREEN
Erase traces of scratches on a windscreen, by spreading, using a soft cloth, red polish, rubbed in circles. When satisfied with the result, clean with a damp paper towel in white spirit. Then wipe it dry with paper towels. Wash. Rinse.
Rub your windscreen with a lemon cut into 2. Insects won’t stick there anymore but will slip.
See you again soon and stay safe!