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Tricks To Tint Car Windows Perfectly

By Edited Feb 10, 2016 0 0

A lot of people look to improve the look of their car and this is something you should do as well. If not for yourself, then to increase the value of it for when you plan on selling it. What a lot of people don’t realize is that window tint on a car will make it look much better and that is why you should buy it. Also, don’t forget that window tint will prolong the life of your cars seats and the dashboard as well.

Now, if you plan on tinting the car windows yourself then you need to know the best way to go about doing it. A lot of people want to know where to tint car windows without spending a lot of money but the problem with that is that most professionals charge a few hundred dollars on the smallest of cars. Just know that you can easily do this yourself and I am going to show you how.

Tricks To Get Perfect Window Tint

Tint During Optimal Temperatures – The best temperature to be tinting window is 75 degrees Fahrenheit and you must stay right around there. The reason you don’t want to go too far away from this temperature is because if the weather is too hot then it will dry too quickly and usually that means the tint has not been set properly. On the other hand, if the weather is too cold, then you will see bubbles.

Get A Helper – If you want to make this as easy as possible, then get somebody to help you out. The best thing for them to do is just hand you the items that you need and hold the tint from moving around once you have it in place. They don’t have to be a professional at this, however, they must be willing to help.

Use Plenty Of Water – One thing I highly recommend is that you use plenty of water on the window when setting the tint. You do this so the tint doesn’t dry too quickly and so that you have time to move it around on the glass. Trust me, water is going to help you out a great deal during this process.

When it comes to tinting car windows you need to understand the tricks to make it easier on yourself. Just don’t make the mistake and think you know what you are doing when you really don’t because this can cost you a good amount of money. 



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