Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated June 11, 2018)
Double paned windows are a very popular choice among home owners due to their ability to help insulate the home. However, what do you do when you need to clean them? Cleaning double paned windows is fairly easy to do, as long as you don't take any drastic measures. By drastic measures, I mean trying to take the window apart so you can clean a stain on the "inside". This is something that you do not want to do. Instead of trying to take your double paned windows apart, follow these guidelines to ensure that you have cleaned them the right way, and not caused any damage.
In the case of double paned windows, interior stains do not mean stains that are on the inside of the house. Rather it means stains, smudges, or condensation, which can be found between the two panes of glass. In the event that you find anything like this do not try to clean it. If you have these kinds of stains, it means that the seal is broken, and the windows are not working properly. Often, many double paned windows come with a long term guarantee. See if you can find the name of the manufacturer and the date of the material on the inside of the panes. When you find this information, contact the manufacturer to see if they will replace the window. Many times they will. However, if they do not, you will need to replace the windows yourself.
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