Cleaning Your Auto Glass From Water Spots

Getting rid of hard water spots can get quite challenging. If you are used to washing your car, you should have noticed it already. Sometimes it seems that no matter how effort you put into trying to wipe those spots out, they just don't go away. Some of the hardest spots can be found in the glass of your auto. If you have ever wondered if it is possible to have a spot-free glass on your auto and...

Some Tips On How To Maintain Windshield Wipers

Windshield wipers are an integral part of a car. But unfortunately, people don't pay much attention to them. Drivers maintain brakes, tires, and lights of their cars. They clean the windshields. Even their car's oil is changed by them. But, drivers don't give importance to the windshield wipers. They forget that the wipers help to keep their auto glass clean. Now, windshield wipers were invented...

Reducing Glares

When it comes to safety when driving, we all do our very best to make sure that we are complying with the rules of the road. However, it isn't always that simple. One of the biggest dangers faced by drivers regardless of experience is that of glares. Many people assume that this a problem exclusive to nighttime drivers, after all, that's when the lights of other cars are on, so surely, that's...

Is Auto Glass Mold an Actual Risk?

Although a rare occurrence for most drivers, mold is not a threat to be dismissed and we must do what we can to protect ourselves and our passengers against the implications of allowing mold to fester. While many of us may never find ourselves having to deal with it, it is a huge problem when it does occur and a particularly large problem for those who reside in the Pacific Northwest, where...

Rock Chip Repair in Winter

A chipped windshield could spell trouble if you don’t have it repaired. During winter, chips can be caused by gravel, debris, or flying rocks. Left alone, they can grow into a long crack or burst into a pattern of tiny cracks. If your car has a chipped windshield, you should get in touch with First Class Auto Glass to avoid low visibility. Read on and learn more! When should you consider rock...