So, you’ve just had your car windows tinted. It looks sleek, doesn’t it? But beyond the cool factor, that lovely shade of tint is also working hard to protect you from harmful UV rays, keep your car cool, and even deter potential thieves. Now that you’ve made this investment, let’s talk about how you can keep your auto window tint looking its absolute best.
Just like anything else you treasure, your car’s tinted windows need regular tender loving care. Gentle cleaning is crucial here. Skip the ammonia-based cleaners and stick with mild soap and water or an ammonia-free cleaner. And ditch the paper towels – they’re too rough. Opt for a soft cloth instead.
Ever tried cleaning your windows in full sunshine, only to end up with streaks everywhere? To avoid this, give your car window tint a clean when it’s shady or during the cooler hours of the day.
The edges of your tinted windows need special attention as they can be more prone to damage. When you’re cleaning, try not to drench these areas to prevent liquid from creeping underneath the film.
Microfiber cloths are your best friend when it comes to cleaning your auto window tint. They’re soft, won’t scratch the film, and will help keep your windows looking shiny and new.
It goes without saying, but sharp objects and abrasive materials are a no-no around your tinted windows. Keep them well away to prevent any accidental scratches or damage.
If you’ve just got your car windows tinted, hold your horses before you start the cleaning routine. Your fresh auto tint needs time to cure properly. Keep the windows rolled up for about 48 to 72 hours and avoid situations where there might be extra moisture, like car washes.
Follow these tips, and your car window tinting will continue to look fantastic and serve its purpose for a long time. After all, it’s not just about making your car look cool (although that’s a great bonus), it’s about enjoying the benefits that come with it.
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