Window tinting is a great way to keep your car looking stylish and protected from the sun’s harsh UV rays. But, like any other car accessory, window tint requires maintenance in order to stay looking its best. Here are some tips on how you can maintain your window tint and keep it looking as good as new.
It’s important to clean your window tint gently, because using too much force or using a cleaning product that is too harsh can damage the tint and make it look scuffed or worn out. To clean your tinted windows, use a soft cloth such as microfiber and a mild car wash solution. Avoid using anything abrasive such as paper towels or scrubbing pads.
If you have stains on your window tint, there are several ways to remove them without damaging the film. For lighter stains, you can try using distilled white vinegar mixed with warm water and wiping it off with a soft cloth. If that doesn’t work, you can also try wiping the stained area with rubbing alcohol and then rinsing with warm water. If all else fails, you may need to consult a professional to have the stain removed without damaging the film.
Your window tint should not be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods of time as this will cause it to fade more quickly over time. Additionally, avoid parking in areas where there are lots of trees since tree sap and bird droppings can cause permanent damage if left on for too long. Finally, make sure that your windows are rolled up when washing your car so that no water gets behind the film and causes mold or mildew growth on the interior side of the glass.
Maintaining your window tint is essential if you want it to last longer and look better for longer periods of time. By following these simple tips – cleaning gently, removing stains properly, and avoiding exposure – you can ensure that your window tint looks great for years to come! So don’t forget these easy steps when caring for your car’s window tints! Keep them in mind and enjoy driving around with your stylishly-tinted windows! Contact us or call us: (970) 658 – 4220 and we can also help tinting your car.