What consists of a window tint disaster—bubbles in the tint? Peeling plastic? None of it’s pretty, but, regardless of whether you apply window tint to your car windows yourself or you hire a professional to do the job for you, there are a few things you should know about avoiding window tint disasters.
Imagine this: dirt on car windows prevents window tint from adhering properly to glass. It might seem like a no-brainer, but Team Acme, Inc. cleans car windows and the surrounding surfaces before beginning the installation process for window tint just in case. Next we use a wet mount self adhesive to install window tint to the inside of the car windows.
Replacing car windows that are scratched from installing window tint with blades is a pain and really it’s an unnecessary task. Team Acme does not use blades to cut the film we use for window tinting. We computer cut patterns of film so we can guarantee there will be no scratches in your glass when we’re through.
It takes a maximum of 2 days for freshly applied window tint to cure. Therefore, do not unroll your windows for at least 2 days following installation.
Ammonia can be damaging to window tint. We recommend using ammonia-free glass cleaners only!
The best way to avoid window-tinting disasters on your vehicle is to choose high quality window tint for your vehicle. Team Acme, Inc. uses SunTek’s Carbon Series and Carbon Nano Hybrid window tints.
Receive a free window tint quote from Team Acme today. Call us at 702-566-8326.