#1
Can dust get in between the layers of glass of a car windshield?
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no, its between your iris and your cornea. just remove your retina and get it out with a spoon.
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#5
Its not supposed to be able to. The pieces are really more like one after the process of making them is done. So i would guess no.
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I think windscreens are only one layer. May I ask how come?
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in most cases (1990 and forward) its just one thick piece of glass

what are you driving?!
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in most cases (1990 and forward) its just one thick piece of glass

what are you driving?!

Im not sure if its standard everywhere but in the US all modern windshields have to be made with 2 layers of glass and a thin film type substance between them to pass safety laws.
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Nah, I don't think so. And I believe windshields are more than one layer, we smashed one in the quad at school a couple years ago, and when you hit it, it just sags, there's a layer of something between a couple of layers of glass
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Im not sure if its standard everywhere but in the US all modern windshields have to be made with 2 layers of glass and a thin film type substance between them to pass safety laws.


It's actually 1 piece of glass with a layer of laminate on each side. It's to prevent your windshield from shattering in the event it is struck.... stricken?....hit, lets go with that.
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I ask because my car windshields seems like it's always fogged up even though I've cleaned it inside and out multiple times.
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It's actually 1 piece of glass with a layer of laminate on each side. It's to prevent your windshield from shattering in the event it is struck.... stricken?....hit, lets go with that.
I Just double check the laws for the US and it is required to be made of 2 layers of glass with the film in the middle.

That doesn't mean its the same everywhere though.

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I ask because my car windshields seems like it's always fogged up even though I've cleaned it inside and out multiple times.


When its hot outside is it clearer?
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This reminds me of how my gameboy pocket has all kinds of dustiness in the screen even though I've cleaned it.
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Car windshields have layers?!


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#18
One more thing, if the haze is only around the sides/edges of the windshield then its moister getting in between the layers of glass.

That means theres nothing you can do.
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#19
Car windshields have a layer or two of polymer (plastic) sandwiched with the glass. Thats for safety so if the windshield breaks, the glass dont shatter right onto ur face. Instead you get a spider-web looking pattern around the point of impact, because the glue in the plastic layer holds the shattered pieces from spraying all over the car.

I don't think dust can get inside that, probably has something to do with exposure to the suns ray or something which results in discoloration.
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It could be scratches, hardwater or tree sap.
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Following the seaming, the glass is then washed in water and then sprayed with talcum powder to prevent glass sheets from sticking to each other. Next, another glass sheet is placed on top of the first sheet. A silkscreen is painted around the glass which will show where the frame for the vehicle will be relative to the windshield.

To laminate the glass, a sheet of milky white vinyl is placed between the two sheets of glass. The windshield then is transferred to a nipper, where rubber rollers press the pieces of glass together, pushing out any air bubbles in the vinyl. This allows the windshield to become transparent once again. The windshield is then put into a pressure cooker where the remaining air bubbles are removed. After that, the windshields are inspected by a human.


That's what a windshield is. I seriously doubt dust is getting in there.
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