But, are you aware of the advantages and drawbacks of each?
As auto technicians at Team Acme, Inc. in Henderson, Nevada, we are going to insist window film is infinitely better than spray-on window tint. However, we want our customers to know what they are getting into. Plus, it can’t hurt to learn something new.
Therefore, we are going to discuss the differences between spray-on window tint and adhesive window film. Then you can decide which one you think is best for your vehicle.
Installing and reinstalling window tint is something we do every single day here at Team Acme, which means we’ve seen it all. We know all about the problems some people have with adhesive window film: it bubbles, it peels, it turns a funky color, it’s not permanent, etc.
And, yes, of course these are problems that can happen with adhesive window film. But, these problems are not common with high quality window film that is installed correctly and professionally.
The arguments in favor of spray-on window tint include:
Ok, so you might not need a professional to apply your window tint if you decide to go with the spray-on window tint, because all you need is an aerosol can of spray-on tint and you can put it where you want it to go. But, let’s not forget this window tint option has drawbacks as well, such as:
For the ease of convenience, some people may choose to go with spray-on window tint, just like some people choose to buy do-it-yourself window film kits; however, most professional auto technicians would not recommend spray-on window tint.
Visit Team Acme’s website today to learn more about the window film options our company supplies and how we can professionally install high quality window film on your vehicle today.
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