So, can you use Windex on car windows? The answer is almost always yes. On vehicles with tinted windows, Windex can cause damage. However, there is no evidence that the ammonia in Windex will cause damage to window tints done by the factory. It is definitely not recommended to use Windex on tint installed by a third party. Windex is also known to leave streaks if not cleaned properly. Check out our guide below to learn how to clean a car windshield inside by doing more than just spraying the window and wiping it down.
Using paper towels on your windshield can pick up lint, smear, or even scratch the glass. If you look online for guides on how to clean the inside of car windows, you’ll find each usually mentions you’ll need the following items:
When it comes to the best method on learning how to clean inside car windows, we believe the following steps will get your windows the clean they need:
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