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Cleaning Window Tint - Do's and Don'ts.

May 31, 2018

Check out that view. But you can't. You're driving along and you can't see past the smudge marks from the kids. Or the family dog. Or your friend. Either way, it's hard to see.

 

Your windows are tinted, but no big deal right? You break out your standard window cleaner and spray away. Stop right there! Window film can be damaged by many household window cleaners. Most standard window cleaners contain chemicals like ammonia. This will cause the window tint to fade and deteriorate over time.

 

There are several products out there that don't contain these chemicals. They'll work fine. The solution that we recommend and use when we are laying window film is simple. Water and non-scented dish soap. All you need is a spray bottle and squeeze a few drops in along with water. Shake to make sure it's mixed and clean away! Not only does this solution provide the best way to clean your windows, it's also cost effective. Consider how many bottles of expensive cleaner you'll go through. Compare this to the few drops needed using dish soap.

 

Don't make the mistake of cleaning your windows with standard window cleaner. It'll cost you more when you need to have us remove the old window film. Then you'll need to pay for the new tint! If you're already faced with this dilemma, give us a call for a free estimate for removal and replacement.

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