Pella Glass & Window FAQ’s
Q: Can Pella™ Glass and Window Cleaner be used on mirrors?
A: Yes! Pella Glass & Window Cleaner is ammonia-free and safe for all glass surfaces! For best results, spray cleaner liberally onto the surface. Use a quality, lint-free paper towel, microfiber cloth, newspaper or lint-free cotton cloth to wipe surface until clean. Start at the top and work down for best results.
Q: Is the product safe for tinted windows?
A: Yes! Pella G&W Cleaner was specifically designed for safe cleaning of all Pella® Tinted windows. For other brands of tinted windows or for automotive tinted glass; it is strongly recommended you test an inconspicuous area first due to varying qualities of tint.
Q: Can the product be used on glass oven doors and cooktops?
A: Yes. However a mild abrasive cleaner may be necessary to remove tough, burnt-on carbon stains. Pella Glass & Window is perfect for removing residue from other cleaners as well as daily maintenance of your glass cooking surfaces. ALWAYS BE SURE SURFACES ARE COOL BEFORE CLEANING!
Q: Can Pella Glass and Window Cleaner be used on exterior windows?
A: Yes. For best results, use on a mild, cloudy day or out of direct sunlight. Warm or cold windows will cause the product to evaporate quickly, causing streaks. Spray cleaner liberally on smaller areas and wipe clean as you go. Cleaner may evaporate too quickly if you attempt to clean large areas at once. Start at the top of the window and work your way across and then down for a streak free shine.
Q: Will Pella Glass and Window Cleaner damage surrounding trim or blinds?
A: Avoid any material that could be damaged by wetting such as unpainted or untreated wood surfaces, chip board, drywall, insulation etc. Pella Glass & Window Cleaner is safe on materials such as treated or sealed wood, vinyl, aluminum, stainless steel, porcelain, enamel and painted steel.
Q: Can Pella Glass and Window Cleaner be used on my Vehicle Glass?
A: Yes! Pella G&W Cleaner is an excellent streak-free solution for automotive glass! Be sure vehicle is cool and out of direct sunlight. (If glass is tinted, test an inconspicuous area first due to varying qualities of tint materials.) We recommend you liberally apply the cleaner directly to a quality, lint-free paper towel, microfiber cloth or lint-free cotton cloth and wipe surface until clean. This method avoids chances of overspray that could damage electronic parts. Also works great on surrounding trim such as vinyl, chrome, stainless steel and plastic.