The gently way to de-ice the windscreen
You probably know the problem: The front windscreen is actually new, but already scratched. This is especially disturbing against oncoming light. Potential causes could be a dirty windscreen or wiper blades, but it could also be the trusty old ice scraper.
Dirt particles and small stones can induce scratches in the glass within the shortest time when the ice scraper is regularly in action during frosty weather. These scratches produce irritating scattered light, and the headlights of oncoming vehicles dazzle the driver. For that reason in most cases the gentle and convenient solution of an effective winter helper, like the SONAX Window de-icer, is much better than an ice scraper. This quickly ensures clear vision. In addition, it also prevents the windscreen from icing up again after a few metres. Furthermore, the formula contains glycerine, with that the wiper rubbers stay supple.
Two more tips:
- If you preventively spray on the Window de-icer before a cold night, the windscreen will not freeze over again so quickly.
- If the windscreen is frozen on the inside, simply spray the Window de-icer sparingly onto a soft and clean cloth. With the cloth you can then easily ensure a clear view, without leaving a distracting smear film.