1. Turn off the power: always turn off the smart glass before cleaning it to prevent harming yourself. Smart glass is powered by electricity, and if handled carelessly, especially when wet, it might lead to electrocution.
2. The power should be turned back on when the glass is completely dry. After cleaning, give the window time to dry off first before turning the power back on.
3. Do not use a dripping wet cloth on the switchable glass window.
4. Do not drench the surface of the glass window with water.
5. Ensure the electrical connection to the glass does not get wet.
6. Ammonia-based solutions are not recommended.
7. Avoid any contact between metal or hard equipment and the glass surface.
1. To begin with, remove all jewellery, watches, and any accessories that may scratch the glass.
2. Remember to wear gloves for this activity, as fingerprints are leading build-ups on smart glasses.
Plain water: plain water is used in most cases since most glass windows only have dust or fingerprints that do not require more potent agents to clean. Soft water is recommended as hard water tends to leave stains. If you are in an area with only hard water, you can use water softeners to soften the cleaning water.

Plain water with little soap: you can add small amounts of soap to direct water to increase the effectiveness of the cleaning.

Non-alkaline/non-abrasive solutions: abrasive solutions interfere with the glass’s surface coating, damaging it and reducing its lifespan. Ensure you check on the label of your cleaning agents to ascertain they are non-alkaline solutions.
1. The cloth material that is recommended for smart glass cleaning is a lint-free microfiber cloth. This material is best used for delicate surfaces as it does not leave fluff on the glass surface.

2. Materials that leave deposits on the glass will take longer to clean, and you may not get the desired results. Additionally, lint-free cloth does not create electrostatic charges when using it to clean windows.
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