Toyota 4Runner Window Visor
How to Take Care of the Toyota 4Runner Window Visor
The Toyota 4Runner is a nice iteration of how Toyota envisioned its pick-up truck merged to a comfortable wagon. It offers the ruggedness, durability, and capacity of a Toyota truck while being complemented with the creature comforts and features of a homey car. This perfect combination entices you to roll down the windows as you drive to your favorite destination. But the perfect weather is just as elusive as the perfect mileage. And sometimes, you just have to make do with whatever you have. This is where the Toyota 4Runner window visor comes in. This panel offers a bit of shield for you whenever your window is slightly rolled down. It prevents elements like dust, rain drops, or even snow from entering your SUV. To fully optimize this accessory, you should know some maintenance basics. Here are some tips on how to take care of the Toyota 4Runner window visor.
- Take a good look at its form and mounting areas.
Most window visors are plastic panels attached on the contours of your windows via adhesive materials. You should take a good look at the overall condition of the panel along with its mounting components. Its condition, along with the wear and tear, is dependent on the environment you expose your Toyota 4Runner to. The more it is exposed to elements, the more you should be on the lookout for signs of deterioration. When you spot these signs, you must be able to act quickly and address them.
- Rinse the visors by hosing them with clean water.
While attached to your Toyota 4Runner, the window visor collects dust and particles as you drive every day. Over time, these particles can accumulate on the surface and on the edges of your visor. And if taken for granted, the build-ups can cause stubborn clots and even damage. Washing them down with clean water can loosen the layers and even eliminate some.
- Scrub the window visor for a squeaky clean look.
Get a sponge and soak it in a car shampoo solution. You should use that to scrub your window visor clean of any dirt and grime that has been left behind by the quick water rinse. Just be careful not to apply too much pressure on it to avoid scratches.