How does window tinting on cars work? How is the tinting technique applied? If you are wondering about these questions, you may be new to window tinting. When tint is applied correctly to your vehicle, the sun’s heat and its harmful UV rays will not directly contact you and your car interior, making your vehicle look cooler.
Professional detailer install films on your car window with preparation. Before tinting even starts, the installer must thoroughly clean the interior and exterior windows. They will have to ensure that it is clean and that even the smallest specs are removed. It ensures that the application is done right and will not result in air bubbles.
After cleaning, the glass will get treated, and a thin layer of polymer film will be attached. The technician will measure and cut the film slightly larger than the window to ensure that full coverage of the entire surface. It is trimmed down if necessary. After the film application, the technician removes the chemical solution on the film and the film liner.
Want to go with darker window tint?
Before going dark with your films, you need to understand the existing laws regarding tints. Australia follows a certain percentage of how dark your windows can be. Every territory has tinting regulations, so ensure you know the darkest legal tints to avoid being stopped by an officer for not following their tinting regulations. There should be less than 35% VLT on all sides except the windshield. It is best to get window tinting from expert tint service providers. They are well equipped to get your car tinted right.