Window tinting makes your car looking good all the time. However, you might notice some unsightly bubbles popping up on the surface of the window. Can you fix this yourself or just let these bubbles be?
What causes tint bubbles?
Window tint bubbles sometimes happen, especially after the application process. Since some droplets of water get trapped in between the window and the film. Bubbles should also happen within two weeks after application since if they don’t this could mean a poor application.
Other reasons why bubbles occur is because of dirt and debris on window before installation. This can prevent the adhesive from sticking. Bubbles can also occur when the tint is breaking down or the adhesive is failing.
What to do to prevent window tint bubbles
Proper tint application prevents tint bubbles from developing in the first place. Here are some ways you can do this:
Use quality window film. Make sure that you only choose a high-quality tint for your vehicle windows since this will lessen the chances of having bubbles.
Use a professional tinting service. Choose only professional car window tinting installers to do the job for you since this will lessen the chances of having permanent bubbles on your window screens.
Clean it right. Once the installation is done, make sure to only use recommended products for cleaning as the wrong products which contain ammonia can damage the film and adhesive. Only use products that are labelled ‘for use on tinted windows’ or just use plain soap and water.
The above mentioned can help remove air bubbles in window tint. For window film removal Wulkuraka and tint installation, trust a tint specialist to do it for you. It can help keep your ride looking great for years.