You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

How to Clean Inside Car Windows

Reader's Digest Canada Logo By Veronica Graham, familyhandyman.com of Reader's Digest Canada | Slide 1 of 6: The inside of a car's windshields and windows are just as worthy of a good cleaning as the outside, especially if your windshield fogs up regularly. Fortunately a good cleaning is pretty simple to achieve, in just a few steps. Here's what you'll need:  Two or more microfibre cloths or a reversible cleaning cloth, with a thick cleaning side and a fine drying side. A reaching tool with a curved head (optional), such as the Xindell extendable windshield reaching/cleaning tool with a 14-1/2-in. reach. Interior glass cleaner. Choose a cleaner that specifies it's safe for interior use, such as Meguiar's Perfect Glass, to avoid exposure to chemicals like ammonia while inside your car. Or make your own glass cleaner with equal parts distilled water and isopropyl alcohol, plus a capful of white vinegar.  Here's how to clean inside car windows in four steps.

How to clean inside car windows like the pros

The inside of a car's windshields and windows are just as worthy of a good cleaning as the outside, especially if your windshield fogs up regularly. Fortunately a good cleaning is pretty simple to achieve, in just a few steps.

Here's what you'll need:

  • Two or more microfibre cloths or a reversible cleaning cloth, with a thick cleaning side and a fine drying side.
  • A reaching tool with a curved head (optional), such as the Xindell extendable windshield reaching/cleaning tool with a 14-1/2-in. reach.
  • Interior glass cleaner. Choose a cleaner that specifies it's safe for interior use, such as Meguiar's Perfect Glass, to avoid exposure to chemicals like ammonia while inside your car.
  • Or make your own glass cleaner with equal parts distilled water and isopropyl alcohol, plus a capful of white vinegar.

Here's how to clean inside car windows in four steps.

© Photo: Shutterstock

More from Reader's Digest

Reader's Digest Canada
Reader's Digest Canada
image beaconimage beaconimage beacon