Window cling lost its cling.

Is it possible to make seasonal window clings stick better when using a second time?

  5 answers
  • Ann Ann on Dec 03, 2017
    make sure window is clean and even wash the clings with alcohol.

  • Patty LeVasseur Patty LeVasseur on Dec 03, 2017
    u tube it?

  • Tom Stuart Tom Stuart on Dec 03, 2017
    We’ve had the same problem. The film and window need to be very clean. Use a regular glass cleaner for the window. Fill your sink with about a inch of warm soapy water and gently wash the film with your hand. Lay it on dish towels on the counter to dry.

  • Dfm Dfm on Dec 03, 2017
    some times just a gentle spritz of water will help them cling better

  • Hi Judy!
    Clean the window thoroughly using window cleaner and a coffee filter - avoid using paper towels as they tend to leave too much lint behind for cling to stick.
    Wash the window cling gently with warm water and a tiny bit of dishwashing liquid.
    Spray the backs of the window cling with white vinegar in a spray bottle, and wipe them off leaving them just a little bit damp.
    If that doesn't work your window may be too cold.
    Use a hair dryer to warm the window and the window cling, then try to apply the cling to the window while the window and cling are still warm.
    If it still won't stick lightly spray the back of the window cling with aerosol hair spray, and then stick them to the window.