Car window tinting can turn an ordinary car into something extra ordinary. On the other hand, when it goes wrong, the affect that tinting your car windows can have can be something rarely seen outside you worst nightmares. What I am trying to say is that when you, or your supplier, apply tint in the right way it can have great results. The problems start when it goes wrong.
We have all seen tinted windows that have bubbled or are starting to peel; a 2011 Ferrari can go from a showroom classic to fit for the scrapheap with one application of poorly applied tinting film. So, how do you avoid these costly and ugly mistakes? Well, you have two options.
The first option is to get a professional car window tinting firm to do the work. Yes it is more expensive than doing it yourself, but when it comes to your beloved Golf GTI, BMW 3 Series, or Ford Focus isn’t worth it? And I will tell you one thing for nothing it is a lot cheaper to do it right the first time, than it is to get it wrong and have to get the window tinting film off. Because take it from me, scrapping tinting film off inch by inch is soul destroying.
The key is to find the best tinting company for the job; you can ask friends and family or try one of the firms listed on this page. Whoever you choose make sure you see samples of their previous work.
The second option you have is to do it yourself. The benefits of taking this course of action are, firstly it’s cheaper and secondly you get to decide where, when, and how to do it. The down side is you have to learn how to apply and cut the window tinting film. If you want to get a taste of what this would involve just take a look at our car window tintingcar window tinting there is no right or wrong way, just opinions.