Posted on 4/6/2020 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
For the most part, cleaning your auto glass is pretty straightforward: You spray on the solution, wipe it down, and let the excess liquid evaporate. Something many vehicle owners don’t know, however, is that certain glass cleaning solutions and techniques can damage their auto glass. At Only 1 Auto Glass, it’s our job to help you keep your vehicle windows in top condition, so below, we’re outlining a few costly cleaning mistakes to avoid.
Posted on 12/23/2019 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Minnesota winters can be tough on your auto glass, especially if you park outdoors. While many vehicle owners tend to focus on engine and battery maintenance during winter, your auto glass deserves the same level of attention. At Only 1 Auto Glass, we know a driver is only safe when his or her auto glass is completely intact. So, to help you maintain your auto glass—and your safety on the road—this winter, we’ve put together the following helpful tips on winter windshield maintenance.
Posted on 12/16/2019 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
If you park your vehicle outdoors, chances are you rely on an ice scraper to remove ice and snow from the windows. While ice scrapers aren’t inherently hazardous for your auto glass, the manner in which you use them can certainly damage your windshield.
Posted on 11/13/2017 4:00 AM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Poor windshield wipers are both a hassle and dangerous to drivers when it’s raining. They can also create poor driving conditions by scratching your windshield. Etching across the glass can inhibit your ability to see out the windshield, thus making you miss turns, road signs, and not notice oncoming traffic. If you think that the wipers are scratching the windshield on your vehicle, then bring it to Only 1 Auto Glass. We can inspect your windshield and make the necessary repairs.
Posted on 1/22/2015 2:02 PM By Only 1 Auto Glass
Auto glass mold is not extremely common, especially in climates like ours here in Minnesota. However, it can happen. This is particularly true if your vehicle is stored and is not driven for an extended period of time. Mold can begin to grow over time, which can prove to be harmful to you and your passengers.