Recognizing a Bad Tint Job

Summers are growing more and more unbearable every year, and with the onslaught of heatwaves and soaring temperatures, we cannot help but want to stay inside our air conditioned homes all day. Alas, we still have to go through life, however, you can still make things more bearable for yourself by making small improvement, one of the more significant one being getting your car’s windows tinted.

Now, you want to make sure that you get a good tint job done, and in order to do that, you also need to learn how to be able to identify a bad tint job, something which we will be describing below.

The best way to tell a shoddy tint job is visually, and there are a lot of different visual clues that you can identify for that; one of them being looking at how close the film reaches the edge of your actual car window. A good car tint installer will use a computerized template that lets the film get really close to the edge of the car’s window while making a clean line. A bad tint job will be at a considerable distance away from the edge of the window and have unclean lines.

If a car’s window tint has gone purple in a short period of time, then that is a bad tint job because it shows that the installer used the most basic and cheap vinyl sheets to tint the car, and those happen to fade overtime very quickly. In order to ensure a long lasting tint job, you want to choose from the best window tint brand that is available to you.

A good tint job should have a clear view and should look like a second skin on your window. So, it there are bubbles and blotches that distort your view, then it is a bad tint job.