It’s a logical question. People want their cars to look good and if they’re leaving Team Acme, Inc., then they just spent a good chunk of change on a premium window film installation. You wouldn’t want to mess it up.
We tell our clients to give tint a solid 2 days to cure. This means: do not roll down your windows for 2 full days after you leave Team Acme, Inc. and try your best to avoid a car wash for a week or 2.
The thing with window film is it is applied to the insides of car windows. So, if you really wanted to wash your car, then you could. Just make sure you stay clear of your car’s windows on the inside. A quick drive through the car wash though shouldn’t cause any damage to your car’s newly applied window tint.
We advise our customers to hand clean the insides of their tinted car windows with ammonia-free glass cleaners, microfiber cloths, and clean sponges.
Step One: Get your hands on a soft cloth and use it to brush large debris from the interior of your car’s windows
Step Two: Grab a clean sponge and dampen it with clean water
Step Three: Use the clean and damp sponge to wipe the window
Step Four: Apply mild soap to the clean sponge and thoroughly wipe the window again
Tip: only wash one window at a time, otherwise the soap might dry on the film
Step Five: Use a soap-free sponge and wipe down the window
Step Six: Dry the window with a clean and soft towel
Tip: Wipe from the top of the window down to avoid streaking and water spots
If your vehicle does not have window tints and you are interested in learning more about the benefits and installation of window tints, then visit Team Acme’s website today. On our website, you can learn more about the products Team Acme uses and our step-by-step installation process for window tinting.
Team Acme works with vehicles of every make and model. If you’re not sure if window tints can be applied to your vehicle, then give Team Acme a call at 702-566-8326 or fill out our online contact form. We’d be happy to discuss the possibilities for your vehicle.