Applying Window Tint to Car
Tinting car windows might seem like an ideal DIY project that you could try your hand in over a weekend, but it’s not always as straightforward as those who sell DIY car window tint advertise them to be. Applying window tint to cars requires patience and skills to ensure that perfect finish; without which would result in a bubbled and uneven tint.
Additionally, some of the other factors that you might need to consider are:
- Access to specialised tools – special window tint application tools are often required to ensure a streak and bubble free finish. This is especially true on the rear window which is often curved more than the sides.
- Requirement to remove door panels – some car models may require removal of the inner door panels to ensure that the tint is applied all the way to the bottom of the glass.
- Removing your car’s door panels could often be a tricky process and should be done by those professionally trained to ensure that interference with other electronic components such as switches and wires are minimised.
Get the Experts
Considering all these factors, most car owners find it much cheaper and much more convenient to have Tint a Car’s professionals apply car window tint. With specialised training and years of experience in tinting car windows, our team is guaranteed to have your windows tinted right the first time.