If you just had your windows tinted, chances are, there might be some small bubbles popping up on the surface. However, bubbles after the installation process are normal as water gets trapped in between the window and the tint.
Problems occur if after a seemingly good window tinting installation and the bubbles still occur after a couple of weeks, this means that your car received a poor quality service or the film they installed was low par. Bubbles can occur if during the installation and the installer did not carefully remove the dirt and debris which will prevent the adhesive from sticking. Bubbles can also occur if the tint broke down or the adhesive fails to stick.
How to prevent window tint bubbles?
If your car does not have window tint yet and you are still in search of the right mobile window tinting Coalfalls installer then you are in luck since you can still prevent your car from having window tint bubbles.
Choose the right tint. Once you enter the shop of a qualified window tint installer, they will offer you different types and qualities of tints. Make sure to only get the top quality film to ensure that it will create fewer bubbles.
Get a professional. Window tinting is not as easy as it looks. They need to be very meticulous and will spend a considerable amount of time just to get rid of the smallest of dirt. Knowing that you have a professional installing the films can also guarantee quality service.