Car window tinting is mostly installed to provide us protection from the harmful UV rays while giving us added security and privacy. If you are thinking of having your car window tinted, make sure that you only have a professional mobile window tinting Booval install it as a bad window tinting job will just waste your money.
Here are some signs of a bad window tinting job:
Bubbles. While you can expect for some bubbles to be visible after the first few days of the installation, but if bubbles are still present even after a month has passed, then the film is more likely of bad quality, or the installer was not that good.
Peeling. When installed properly, window tinting is very hard to peel off. If they start to peel off on the edges after just a couple of weeks, then the installation or the tint itself was the cause. However, rolling down the windows just days after installation could contribute for it to peel.
Stuck fibres. Professional installers make sure that they clean the surface and that it is free from even the tiniest fibre. If you find fibres after the installer installed the film, it means that he did not do the installation properly. A professional tinter knows that they should a lint-free cloth to wipe the windows clean and the job should be done in an enclosed space to avoid contaminants from touching the window surface.
Discolouration. You will know that the quality of the film is low once discolouration starts. Expert installers will always recommend the top brands so that you avoid getting sub-par films.