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For some reason or another, I can't get my windows sparkling clean! Everytime I use windex, it leaves smudges and water marks. IS it wise to use windex on the inside of the window where the tints are at?
Please lemme know what u guys use to clean your windows.!
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I agree about the cleaner sold at Walmart. (I wish I could remember the name.) They have it in the auto dept and it's made specifically for cars so it has no ammonia and it's made to cut the build up on the windows from the off-gassing inside the car. Good stuff.
I would not use any of the windex or window cleaners with ammonia. A few years ago windex was only available in the blue (ammonia based) and the green (vinegar based). The saying used to be (when tinted windows are concerned) Blue is Bad and Green is Good. I also remember a product by Eagle one for Plastic and Lexan products that seemed to work well. You can always use Pledge (furniture polish) it'll help keep the window tinting lubricated so that there's less chance of scrathing if the felt gasket on your door has a lot of dirt/dust on it.