How do you get streaks out of your windshield?

My windshield has some serious streaks on it and I need a quick way to remove them because it causes a visibility problem.

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  • Rhonda Rhonda on Nov 02, 2017
    Are the streaks inside? I've had this issue and a friend told me to use vinegar water and a newspaper to wipe off. It's a great solution!
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Nov 02, 2017
    Sounds as though you need a new Windshield......But before you change it you could try WD-40............
  • Pascale Nguyen Pascale Nguyen on Nov 02, 2017
    You can use the window cleaner at the gas station , while you're filling your gas tank. You can also get Armor All glass wipes or spray at Target, Amazon...
  • FL FL on Nov 02, 2017
    "Windshield streaks often occur due to windshield wipers working on rainy days. They can limit your visibility and make driving dangerous; fortunately, their removal is simple. With some elbow grease and the right equipment your windshield will be as good as new in no time!" Read more here:
  • Desiree Desiree on Nov 02, 2017
    I use the super cloth that's available at Amazon or QVC. You don't need any chemicals. You just wet the cloth with water, wring out all the excess and wipe. It works like a charm. Took off all the streaks on my patio door that even vinegar didn't remove
  • Charly Charly on Nov 02, 2017
    First of all, NEVER wash your windows on a hot sunny day. If you have a garage, put the car in the garage and let the car windows cool down. Wash your windows inside and out with warm soapy water. I use newspaper to dry my windows with. After washing, use a vinegar and water mix in a spray bottle. Wipe off with crumpled up newspaper going in one direction on the outside, either in an up-down motion or side to side motion. Use the opposite direction on the inside of the car. This way, if you do get streaks, you know where they're at and you can just wipe it away after a spray of the solution. The real solution to the problem is never try to clean a hot or even warm windshield and never let your liquid cleaner dry on the glass.
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