You have probably noticed that car windows are often covered in plastic.
They’re meant to protect the glass from being scratched and damage during the winter months, but they can also be damaged by air bubbles.
The problem is, plastic can also cause moisture to leak out, creating a problem that’s often called “vacuum sealer.”
The solution is to replace your car’s window with a plastic seal that’s more watertight.
Learn how to replace window seals and more with this article.
Plastic windows can’t withstand the harsh cold conditions, but if they get damaged they can become moldy, so you might want to consider replacing them with glass.
If you’ve already replaced a window, you can just cover it with a piece of glass or plastic, and it will remain sealed, but it will still retain the water-resistant seal.
Here are a few ways to get a new window to stay sealed: Place a piece (1 inch) of plastic over the top of the window, leaving a 1-inch gap.
Cover the gap with a sealant.
Spray paint the plastic with the sealant before sealing it.
Place a sealer in the window.
After a few coats, the seal should stick.
Place another piece of plastic or a glass panel under the window to seal the window against the air bubbles inside the window when it’s not in use.