Hyundai Elantra Window Visor
Three Tips to Keep Your Hyundai Elantra Window Visor Working at Its Finest
Your Hyundai Elantra window visor is made from tough materials to make it capable of deflecting strong wind or rain. With this installed in your ride, you'll have no fear driving with your windows rolled down for an inch or two, knowing that rainwater and too much wind don't stand a chance at getting into your interior. You can also enjoy fresh air as well as all the conveniences of having a well-ventilated interior.
However, your window visors can also wear out due to its function as a shield against different weather conditions. Thus, you should spend time cleaning them and maintaining their tiptop condition for them to last longer. Here are some tips that can help you keep your window visors working at their best:
- Keep your window visors clean.
Regularly wash your window visors with water and mild cleaning solution. Spray the cleaner onto the surface and scrub dirt away using sponge or clean cloth. Also pay attention to the underside of the window visor. And although they are made of tough materials to resist damage, it is better to protect your visors from the harsh UV rays by using high-quality protectant. Such product can also help restore the window visor's original luster.
- Use only manufacturer-recommended cleaners and protectant.
If you're planning to use commercial products in cleaning your window visors, it is wise to check first their contents and make sure they are safe for acrylic, as this is the most common material used in making your visor. This doesn't just apply on cleaners but on protectant as well. Avoid cleaners that are ammonia-based as they can damage your window visors' tint.
- Wipe your window visors dry after washing to avoid unsightly water spots.
Do not forget to dry your window visors after washing. But instead of allowing them to dry out naturally, wipe them dry using a clean cloth. By so doing, you can avoid having unsightly water spots on the window visors' surface. If possible, use lint-free cloths as they don't have short fibers that may loosen during use and may stick on the visor's surface.