Throughout the Life of Your Window Film
After your window film has fully dried and cured, proper cleaning and maintenance is critical to keep it looking and performing its best. Here are some tips to help:
Cleaning Your Window Film: After 30-days when your window film is fully cured, you can begin cleaning it. Cleaning is very easy. Simply use an ammonia-free solution, such as Sprayway Glass Cleaner, or mild dish soap and water. Be sure to use soft cloths to clean your window film and be cautious of using paper towels. Most paper towels are actually abrasive. You may not see the damage right away from these rough paper towels but over time they will dull the finish due to micro-scratches.
Polishing Your Window Film: This step is not required and won’t extend the life of your film but it does increase the luster. It should, however, only be done from time to time. On interior films, you can use a silicone-based polish to give a glowing, new appearance. This will also inhibit some scratching or burnishing from occurring. Suggested silicone products are Plexus Plastic and Cleaner Solar Majik.
If you have any questions about window film maintenance, our Kansas City team will be more than happy to help! Please do not hesitate to reach out!