Tinted windows can help cool your home and save energy by blocking some sunlight from entering your house. The tinting film usually lasts for 10-15 years, especially when regularly maintained and cleaned. Before cleaning your window, make sure the tint has totally cured, about 30 days after installation. Here’s how you can best clean your tinted windows:
When it comes to cleaning tinted windows, always remember that they are prone to fading and scratches. Do not use cleaners with strong chemicals, such as ammonia, which could fade and cause spots to appear on your tint. Instead, use only soap and water. Newspapers, paper towels, and scrub pads are also not recommended as they are abrasive and may scratch the tint. Soft cleaning towels are best for your tinted windows.
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