How to remove car wax from a windshield

Applying wax to the exterior of your car will help keep the paint and exterior surfaces shiny and help prevent oxidation and other damage caused by exposure to the elements. Sometimes, however, the winds of wax in places where it is not meant to be, as in glass. Removing the car wax from a windshield is not difficult, but you have to be careful how it is made to not scratch the glass. There are a few different methods you can try to see which best does the job for you. Things You’ll Need

Apply alcohol to a clean, lint-free cloth. Rub the cloth over the wax stains on the windshield. Make several passes with the cloth until the wax begins to dissolve.

Spray commercial degreaser on the wax you want to remove from the windshield. Wait a minute or so, and wipe the wax with a cloth or cloth. One thing to keep in mind is that degreasers can be detrimental to paint, so be careful not to get anything on the hood or the ceiling.

Scrape the wax with a brush or a toothpick. A little more manpower than some of the other methods, this will help you to make sure you get rid of all the wax. Use a soft bristle toothbrush on the windshield. If you are worried about scratches, use the stick.

Clean the windshield with a standard glass cleaner and paper towels, once you have removed the wax.