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You Can Streak-Free Clean the Inside of Your Windshield in 3 Steps, and This Video Shows You How


If you love your car almost as much as you love saving money, here's a great video for all of you DIY detailers out there, courtesy of automotive how-to guru and YouTuber ChrisFix.

In his widely popular video from 2015, Chris lays out his three-step method for properly cleaning the inside of your windshield. With this process, you'll remove the windshield's oily film and leave zero streaks. Talk about a total game changer!

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Start with a dry microfiber cloth and wipe the inside of the windshield. Give it a good once over with a circular motion, then go back with an up-and-down. Before you jump straight to the glass cleaning product, give your windshield a good degreasing with a magic eraser.

How effective are ChrisFix's cleaning tips for removing grime on a car windshield? Let's take a look at the YouTube comments and find out!

"I scrubbed and wiped for hours," writes bobwarboat, "still wouldn't remove the smears, then cleaned my glasses and the smears went." Yep, that would do it!

"Can't believe I just watched a video on how to clean life is over," writes M. Rí. Again, not an extremely helpful comment, but let's see another.


"I used the magic eraser and my car disappeared," digger604 writes, while BigTone chimes in, "The 'backhand method' used to be my mom's preferred technique in disciplining me." Ok, so not the most serious bunch in the comment section, but if you watch Chris' video and liked what you saw, he thankfully provided all the materials to make sure the inside of your car's windshield is clean and streak-free. Take a look at a few of them!

Chemical Guys Professional Grade Premium Microfiber Towels

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Kitchen Scrubber, 2 Count

Invisible Glass Foam Glass Cleaner


Surf City Garage Dash Away Detailer

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This post was originally published on February 21, 2017.

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