You may be wondering how window tinting on cars work and how the technique is applied especially if you are planning to have your car window tinted. When tint is properly applied to your vehicle, the sun’s heat and its harmful UV rays will not directly get in contact with you and your car interior, which will make your vehicle look cooler.
Here is how a professional detailer or mobile window tinting Yamanto places films on your car window:
Preparation. Before they even start the process, the installer will have to thoroughly clean the interior and exterior window. They will have to make sure that it is very clean and even the tiniest of specs are removed. This is to ensure that the application is done right and will not result in air bubbles.
Once the cleaning is done, the glass will get treated and a thin layer of polymer film will be attached. The technician will need to properly measure and cut the film slightly larger than the window to make sure that the entire surface can be covered. This will be trimmed down later on. After the film is applied, a chemical solution on the film and the film liner will be removed.
Can you get a dark window tint?
Before you decide how dark your films would be, better understand the laws regarding tints. Australia follows a certain percentage on how dark your windows can be so that you avoid being stopped by an officer for not following their tinting regulations. It should be no less than 35% VLT on all sides except the windshield.