People are realizing how to keep their side mirrors from getting wet and so hard to see even when it’s raining
DRIVING with wet or fogged up exterior mirrors may cause minor inconvenience or serious driving hazard.
Luckily, an auto expert uploaded a YouTube video showcasing a product that keeps those important auto parts sparkling clean.
The Video by Car Hacks Official (@carhacksOfficial) starts with a wet side mirror with reduced visibility.
After spraying more water on the side mirror to prepare the glass surface, the clip’s creator shows viewers a bottle of Glaz Stain Guard, a water-resistant coating.
If your vehicle is already clean, you don’t need to spill water on your mirror.
But don’t forget to dust your mirror off to avoid unwanted abrasives mixing into the water-resistant coating.
You should also dry the mirror completely with a microfiber cloth before applying the stain repellent.
Microfiber towels typically get rid of the tiny paper fibers you get with paper towels and are less likely to leave streaks.
The driver of this clip opens the Glaz Stain Guard and spreads the solution, similar to how deodorant is applied.
After waiting 20 minutes for the Glaz Stain Guard to dry, this auto expert wiped his mirror down with a microfiber cloth.
This protective solution dries faster if you work in a well-ventilated area.
After drying, the creator of this video’s mirror stays clean when water splashes on its surface.
Instead, you see water beads flowing through the glass at high speed.
Because this product is silicone based, you will likely see a minimal haze on your mirror for the first week of use.
This haze will eventually dissipate as you continue to drive and use the stain guard.
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