Window tints are a fancy addition to car windows. It offers incredible benefits & keeps your winter journey easy and comfortable. Car window tinting Melbourne can help protect the vehicle from harsh weather and keep you safe during the ride. Changing temperatures, old wipers & windshield wipers & leaking water can all hurt your tinted vehicle windows. If you’ve just tinted your windows and want to protect them during the harsh weather, here are some tips.

Care for your Newly Tinted Windows

If you’ve just got your window tints, it may need some time to dry completely. Due to the cold weather, the drying time may take longer. In such a case, it’s better to refrain from rolling down the windows often and allow the tints to settle. Also, use ammonia-free cleaners to wipe the window glass. Avoid using abrasive scrub pads or tools to clean the windows as they may damage the tints.

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Replace The Wiper Blades

Many car owners have the habit of changing their car wipers only when they are on the verge of wearing them out. To find if your wipers are in good condition, let them run overnight and watch if the water on the glass windows is out. If not, it’s time to replace them. Old or poor car wipers will scratch the glass and make them appear ugly.

Leave Time To Dry

Once you reach home, make sure to park the car in the garage and wipe off all the water using a soft microfiber cloth.  If you have recently had your car windows tinted, know that there will be a small amount of residual moisture between the windowpane and the window tint. So, you need to ensure that you leave enough time for the window tint to dry.

If you have any concerns or questions about window tinting, call and ask the experts from Supatint. For enquiries, reach us on 0411 450 424 today.