Window tinting is a great way to make your home look more comfortable than it already is. When you tint your home windows Woodend, not only can it provide protection and security to your home but can also be used as a decorative element as there are so many styles to choose from.
If your home already has window films installed your next concern is to how you can maintain them. Keep in mind that sticky finger marks and smudges all can be placed under having dirty windows. It is necessary to have these window films maintained so that they can prolong their life and quality.
Cleaning window tinting
Be careful not to use scourers or bristle brushes. Your window tint is also prone from scratches so when cleaning the tint, make sure not to use scratchy, harsh and rough cleaning materials. It is advisable to use vinegar-based glass cleaner or just mild soap and water.
Do not use any products that contain ammonia as this will destroy the window film over time. If you well-maintained your window tint, this can last for a good 10 to 15 years.
Here are some ways to clean your windows:
Use distilled water. While you can use municipal water or ‘hard water’ to clean your tinted windows, but it is worth the extra cost to use distilled water. Hard water mostly contains traces of lime, iron and minerals which when used regularly, can leave a layer on your window film which can scratch it.
Use a baby shampoo. Pour a few drops of baby shampoo and distilled water into a spray bottle and another separate bottle for the distilled water. Spray the windows with the solution and use a 100% cotton cloth to wipe the windows. Do not apply too much pressure and just wipe as mild as you can. Use a rubber squeegee to get rid of the water.
Dry it. Once the cleaning process is done, spray plain distilled water and do the same process of wiping again so that you can get rid of the soap that is still around.