A windshield cover protects your windshield from freezing over in the middle of winter. Designed to withstand wind, sleet, snow and ice, they even help cut down on defrost time.
Are windshield sun covers worth it?
The short answer is yes. Car sunshades do work in reducing the overall temperature inside your vehicle. The traditional reflective models work by reflecting the sun’s solar rays and harmful UV rays while non-reflective shades absorb them. Some tests have shown a decrease in interior temperature of 30 degrees or more.
What are the benefits of windshield sun shade?
A sun shade blocks direct sunlight and helps prolong the life of vehicle electronics. Protect the interior: The sun can also do a lot of damage to your car’s interior. Dashboards and seats can fade as the sun saps the color out of them. They can even crack and warp from the extreme temperature.
How does the windshield cover go?
So, in your Car shades, you should put the side which is more reflective in shade/color facing out. Let’s see common conditions. If your car shades have a dark side and a shiny reflective side, always put the shiny side out to sun in summer.
Which side faces out on windshield shade?
We put the silver side out, to reflect the sun and heat, and the black side in, to absorb any sun and heat not reflected.
How do you cover a windshield?
Micro-fiber cloth. A high-density plastic trash bag can work just fine as a temporary cover for a broken window. The temporary car window cover won’t provide good visibility until you can get it replaced. But using a clear transparent plastic bag will at least allow you to see light and color in your peripheral field.
Do sun shades protect car?
Park in the Shade
The shade can reduce the temperatures of your car by as much as 40 degrees. The reduction in direct sun exposure to UV rays and the lowering your paints temperature will significantly reduce the wear and tear on your vehicle.