Many people choose DIY auto tinting because they love to install window film, and they can save money. Unfortunately, this almost always ends up in a way they expect because DIY window film projects are obvious. DIY tinters job result comes with bubbles, peeling, flaking, crummy aesthetics, and excess condensation and wind up calling for professionals to get the job done right.
If you were looking to install your car window tint, consider these reasons to avoid DIY auto tinting.
Choosing the wrong product
There are so many different auto tint products to meet every tinting requirement. They range from standard window tint products to more innovative and specific tinting products such as ceramic or carbon window tinting. Each has features that will fit your requirement. You are likely to fall under the spell of marketing tactics – whether than practical tactics – investing in more expensive products you don’t necessarily need.
Having a tinting specialist to assist you means getting a more realistic and practical overview of your product options and choosing the right one for your car and your needs.
Damaging the window
The biggest reason to hire tint specialists to apply your tinted window film is to get the job done right. Poor window tinting installation can seriously and permanently damage the window, which often happens with self-application. Usually, this damage occurs due to applying too much pressure and using a blade to remove and reapply misapplied film to reapply it.
Car owners notoriously scratch, etch, crack, break, or damage their windows during this removal and re-do process. There’s no recourse for this other than the car owner having to replace their car window at their own expense.
Let The Experts Do It For You
If you’re considering installing window tint yourself because you have seen a few YouTube videos on the matter, you may want to reconsider. Contact Ipswich car window tinting to do the job for you. Doing this is well worth your decision to avoid DIY auto tinting troubles.