Cleaning Golf Cart Windshields

Cleaning golf cart windshields is not the same as cleaning car or truck windshields. For one, golf cart windshields are not made of glass, which means they require a totally different method of care.

Golf cart windshields are made of either acrylic or polycarbonate. These materials are “softer” and more sensitive to chemicals than glass. That being said, it is not wise to use a glass cleaner to clean these types of windshields because a glass cleaner can actually cause damage to acrylic or polycarbonate.

With proper care, however, golf cart windshields can last for many years. When purchasing your golf cart windshield accessories, you should purchase a cleaner specifically formulated for golf cart windshields.

In addition to avoiding glass cleaners, try to keep other chemicals away from your golf cart windshield, such as insect repellent. When you spray insect repellent, do so away from your golf cart because the chemicals in repellent can permanently “fog” up you windshield.

When cleaning golf cart windshields, do not use paper towels or newspapers to wipe them down. These materials can scratch your windshield and reduce visibility. Use a very soft cloth to blot dry your windshield.

If you have minor scratches on your windshield, try finding a golf cart windshield polish that helps to buff out scratches. With a little work, your windshield could be looking a lot newer.

Here are some tips to remember:

    • Never use glass cleaner, always use a cleaner specifically made for golf cart windshields.

Note: If you don’t have any golf cart windshield cleaner handy, you can gently use warm, soapy water.

  • Never use paper towels or newspapers to wipe your windshield, always use a very soft cloth to blot dry your golf cart windshield.
  • Try buffing out minor scratches with golf cart windshield polish.

Keeping your golf cart windshield clean and taking the time to care for it will help to extend its life and also make driving your golf cart much safer. A golf cart windshield that you can’t see through is worthless, so keep your visibility up by keeping your windshield clean.

Charlie Reynolds

I'm Charlie Reynolds, an enthusiastic golfer and writer with a deep fascination for golf carts. I founded and now edit a top-rated golf cart website, where I explore everything from the newest models to the most innovative features. My passion lies in simplifying technical details for my readers, ensuring they understand what's happening in the world of golf carts.

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