Ammonia Will Damage Tint #$%$
I personally think ammonia works great for non-tinted windows (if you can handle the smell) BUT you should never use it on tinted windows as it will damage the tint. I'm sorry you may have ruined your windows. My wife did that to her car, the tint is now peeling off. What I found out is they make special wipes for car windows.
As to the other poster who talked about not using a squeegee on interior windows, I think that using a squeegee will give you much better results. If you are concerned about dripping, put a towel on the ledge to catch the drippings. Furthermore, squeeze out all of the excess moisture from the window scrubber before using it. You should use less moisture on the interior windows. If you want them to drip even less make your own solution with a lot of ammonia or rubbing alcohol in it. Most of it will evaporate rather quickly and you won't have nearly as much solution running down the window. I prefer to use 2 gallons of water in a 5 gallon bucket, and then add 1 cup of ammonia and 1 tablespoon of dishsoap. Add the dishsoap after you put the water in, that way it won't get all foamy. Open up some windows when cleaning with ammonia
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Last edited by april1979; 06-30-2012 at 07:26 AM.