Have you ever seen vehicle window tint in Riverside, CA that was installed so well that it made you wonder just how the window tinting process is accomplished? With the help of this guide, you can learn about all of the steps that are involved in the window tinting process to create such a beautiful finished product:
- Cleaning the windows: After you have selected which type of tint you want to have installed on your windows, the outside of your car’s windows must be cleaned thoroughly before anything else takes place. If any dirt is left on the window it can cause issues with the tint job, and will make it that much harder to determine whether there are any bubbles or deformities once the installation is complete.
- Cutting the film: There are two ways that the film for your tint can be cut to match your windows, either with an automatic cutting machine or by hand. If an automatic cutting machine is used, the technician simply inputs the year, make and model of your car into the computer, and the cutting instructions are sent to the cutter. If your car is older or the tint job will be particularly complex, the hand-cutting method is used. Experienced specialists will have no problem accurately cutting the tint to the correct specifications.
- Shrinking the film: Unlike tint that is applied to flat windows in your home, all of the windows on your car contain additional curves, which can make it harder to apply the tint. That means that when tint is applied to car windows, the tint is prone to curving up in certain areas. If these curves are not remedied, they can create problems for the installation of the film on the inside of the car. Once the film has been applied to the clean, wet exterior of the window, heat is applied to the film so that it shrinks to match the curve and size of the window perfectly.
- Preparing the inside of the window: In order to properly place and flatten the film on the inside of the window, both the window and the film will need to be wet, making it easier to place the film exactly where it needs to be. The excess water will eventually evaporate, at which point the film will lay flush on top of the window. Once the windows are scrubbed with a non-ceramic based scrub, your tint job will be complete.
Here at Sundown Window Tinting we have been providing top-of-the-line window tinting in Riverside, CA for more than 40 years. We have the kind of experience you can trust when it comes to your window tinting, and we pride ourselves on the level of service that we provide for each customer. If you want to add window tint so that your car has increased privacy and stays cooler throughout the day, give us a call today to schedule your appointment. We look forward to serving you soon!