How To Clean Tinted Windows in Your Home
An important consideration when installing tinted windows in your home is cleaning. There are some steps you need to take to keep your tint intact and keep your windows clean. Find out how to clean tinted windows in your home from the window tinting experts.
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Products to Avoid on Tinted Windows
Selecting the right products when cleaning tinted windows is essential. There are a few things to avoid which will cause damage to your window tint.
- Avoid sharp blade squeegees, abrasive sponges, and newspapers – which leave scratches on the tinted glass surface
- Avoid cleaning products with ammonia – which breaks down the adhesive layers of the window tint
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What Products Should I Use to Clean my Windows?
You can use any cleaning solution that does not have ammonia and if will be safe to use on your windows. Double-check the ingredients of any cleaning products you purchase.
Another great option is to make your own cleaning solution. We recommend a solution of 1 pint of distilled water, 2 oz of rubbing alcohol and 4 drops of Lemon Joy.
The best tool to use for your cleaning is a microfiber towel – you can also use a soft towel or soft paper towels.
For extra shine, we recommend spraying your windows with clean water and gently wiping it dry after spraying it with cleaning solution.
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