You just tinted your car windows and you waited the 48 hours before rolling down the windows and two weeks before cleaning the inside of the windows. Now they are getting dirty and it’s time to clean them. What do you do?
Since Tinting is basically the application of a fine layer of film on your car window. Care and caution is a key while washing them. The easiest method would be to fill a spray bottle with water and gently dampen the glass and using a microfiber cloth to wipe it clean. Avoid using different types of towels and clothes to prevent the tint from becoming damaged.
Take these following steps to clean your windows:
· While wiping the glass, do so in a vertical direction first, after which a quick analysis of the glass for any water stains can be done before proceeding to wiping in a horizontal direction.
· Dirt and other residue can be a difficult to remove using just water and a cloth therefore, you might need to repeat the process for the stubborn stains.
· The next step would be to roll down your windows so that the tops can be cleaned too. Cleaning the tops is equally important, as that is where the dirt is usually trapped because of the window lining.
· After the tops are cleaned you can proceed to cleaning the inside of the window to attain a sparkling result.
The advanced method of glass cleaner and cloth
If you have some really tough stains to remove that are not taken care of by water you can always use a non-ammonia glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth.
· Any products that contain high levels of ammonia are a strict no-no as they are the ultimate destroyer for your window tints. A lint free cloth is the best cleaning tool to use for those procedures. Make sure to spray the glass cleaning formula onto the cloth or paper towel to avoid spot formation.
· Using Spray-a-way foam cleaner is Premier Tint Pros recommendation. The cleaner can be sprayed directly onto the window and the door panels for a complete job on cleaning your window tints.
Taking care of your cars tints helps keeping them looking their best for a longer period of time.
If you have any questions on keeping your windows in top shape, please call our office at 630-488-0813