In the winter, it’s important to take extra care of your car by using window tinting and windshield scrapers. If you already have a high-quality one installed for your car then there is nothing more frustrating than having them damaged during this time. Here are 4 steps to take in order to protect your automotive window tinting during the winter.
1. Invest in a High-Quality Scrapper
A low-quality scraper can damage or chip your glass and affect the window tints to a great extent. So, to avoid this, invest in a high-quality scraper that is designed specifically for removing cold ice-like water from your window without damaging any of your car’s vinyls such as tinting!
2. Install New Wiper Blades
Dripping in the rain and sleet is no fun, so don’t forget to replace your car wiper blades before it becomes a problem. Not only does old or worn-out wipers make you feel like driving through a storm during less than favorable weather conditions but they can also be dangerous for visibility on wet roads since those sharp edges will scrape against dirty glass windows over time! Newer models are available with wider coverage from small pieces of dirt flying up off the road towards larger debris that could damage your windshield entirely; find one at an affordable price to suit what you need.
3. Avoid Switching Temperature Change
When you live in an area where winter is a season of harsh weather, it’s important to take care when cleaning your car. You don’t want the hot water from snow removal damaging those expensive window tints that keep out harmful UV rays and glare on sunny days! Always use warm or cool (never cold) temperature for windshield wiper fluid as well so they won’t freeze up during all those sub-zero mornings before work. This will also help prevent glass fogging because heat rises while cold air sinks down into any cracks between windows and doors with condensation forming inside them too quickly.
4. Replace Any Damage ASAP
It’s time to switch up your car and get ready for winter! As the last few leaves fall, it is important that you replace old wiper blades before cold water starts piling on top of them on a cold morning. In addition, make sure any scrapers are replaced so they’re in their best shape when digging out ice or scraping off a frozen windshield. Last but not least locate an experienced
window tinting provider in order to avoid costly damage from poorly fitted tints during these cold months ahead!
So What Have We Learnt…
The winter can wreak havoc on your window tints, but these tips will help you protect them and keep the cold out. If you’re in Mackay, call our experts at Mackay Window Tinting at 07 2000 4271 to talk about appointments today.
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