House Window Tinting Tips: Cleaning Your Tinted Windows
There are many advantages to house window tinting, but one thing it won’t get you out of is cleaning your windows. Once your home has window tint installed it’s important to know the right way to keep them clean. Knowing the difference between the do’s and don’ts for cleaning your tinted windows will ensure your windows stay clean and your tint remains undamaged.
Can I clean tinted windows with vinegar?
Yes, a vinegar and water solution cleaner is a good way to clean tinted home windows.
Will certain cleaners damage my house window tint?
Yes. Never use cleaning products with ammonia to clean your windows. Ammonia can have many ill effects including reducing the darkness of the tint, causing imperfections, or drying out the tint, which can cause it to become brittle and flake off.
What is the best way to clean my tinted windows?
Here’s Our Favorite Solution for Cleaning Tinted Windows:
- 4 Drops Lemon Joy
- 2 oz. Rubbing Alcohol
- 1 pint of Water
Cleaning can be done with a soft towel, soft paper towels, or microfiber towels.
Can I use an abrasive sponge to scrub my windows?
No, you should never clean your windows with abrasive materials, as it may scratch the tint.
How soon after tinting should I wait before cleaning my windows?
After window tint has been applied to your home windows you should wait at least 30 days before cleaning them. Different film types have different curing times, so always confirm with your window tinting company before you clean your windows.
Now go ahead, clean those windows and take advantage of the sunshine now that your home window film will protect you from harsh UV rays.
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Suntamers, Inc. is a family-owned and operated business; it is the oldest window filming company in the state of Florida. Suntamers began in August of 1970, at a time when the window film industry was still in its infancy. Therefore, we have a definitive edge in experience and know-how that can only be learned over time.