Now take a look at a car they have already tinted, and look at the rear window.
Is the window film applied in a single piece or is it cut into strips that surround the defroster
lines? The most skilled tint shops always apply film in a single piece.
Now look at the borders of the rear window, in many cars there is a black
'frit' edge on the window, Make sure the window film looks securely
attached to the frit as well.
Pay attention to side-windows. The window film should be applied to the inside and
be completely flush against all 4 edges of the window. Now look at the
window film itself. Don't worry if the film itself
looks slightly streaky and discolored, window film takes a couple weeks to dry out and become
completely clear. If there are bubbles of air under the film or the film
itself is not complete flat against the window, this is a sure sign of sloppy tinting.
Get price quotes from each dealer for the exact darkness, color, and type of
window film you want. Never compromise because there are plenty of other
dealers out there that will offer your perfect tint. With these price quotes
and your research on each tint shop, make the decision.
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About the author:
Harrison Hung is the founder of TintCenter Window Tinting Guide. http://www.tintcenter.com TintCenter aims to educate consumers about the window film industry, and make tint purchases easy and straightforward.
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