You should avoid cleaning your new window film for at least 30 days. You will notice visual changes after installation as they are part of the film and adhesive bonding process. Over time, the haziness look and water pockets will disappear. At this time, the film is considered dry or “cured” and is safe to clean (usually about 30-60 days depending on the weather and film type). Some weather conditions that affect the curing period are sunlight, humidity and the amount of direct heat on the new window film. It is best to clean tinted window film with household glass cleaner and lint free cloth for best results.
DO NOT USE abrasive cleaners, industrial strength glass cleaners or other harsh window cleaning chemicals and materials that may scratch or scuff the window film. Try to wash in the shade or out of direct sunlight for best results and to minimize streaking.
DO NOT CLEAN NEW FILM FOR AT LEAST 30 DAYS, OR UNTIL IT IS COMPLETEY DRY AND CURED.
In the event of any film failure, contact us or give us a call at 702-485-5746 immediately to replace defective material. We will then submit the claim to the manufacturer. Be sure to keep your original invoice and warranty information. This will be needed to properly file all paperwork necessary. You may also reach out to the manufacturer directly if desired.