Tinted windows don’t only bring style and a sense of atmosphere, but are quite useful to have in any property. For starters, tinted windows reduce UV radiation, because the light becomes filtered. Not only does this not strain the eyes, but preserve the furniture and carpets from fading. However, the modern tinted windows demand a lot of care and careful cleaning.
Cleaners SW6 advise that the chief problem you are most likely to have with a tinted window is scratching. Therefore, strong scrubbing is out of question with tinted windows. Also use only tools that don’t have any bristles in them, as well as cleaning solutions which are weaker than normal, because otherwise there is the risk of damage to the film. Of course, since tinted windows reflect UV, its temperature on average rises above the normal levels and can crack.
Unlike most other items, which demand to be cleaned since the moment of their arrival in order to be preserved, it’s advisable to wait a month before you attempt any cleaning activities on the tinted windows. What you should avoid are strong detergents, which may cause for subsequent damage to the integrity of the tinted window film. Cleaners SW6 warn to look out for ammonia, which is the main culprit in this situation. Instead use dish washing liquid and the softest window cleaning towel, but never ever use paper or a window scraper as they may cause heavy scratches.
What you definitely need is a squeegee and patience, but nothing out of the ordinary in terms of a proper cleaning technique. What you need to remember is that being gentle will help you preserve the film from faster wear and tear. Make sure that after each cleaning session the glass has been sufficiently dried and you should have clean and well-preserved tinted windows.