TInt bubbles on your windows look bad. If you’re seeing window tint bubbles, you will need a plan for removing them.
How to remove window tint bubbles
What can you do to get rid of bubbles in your tint? The best solution is to have a tint specialist remove it for you. You may return to your tint installer as they usually have a policy about after service in case something's wrong with the tint or if window tint bubbles occur. You may be able to have the problem fixed with no additional cost.
If not, here's how you can fix window tint bubbles:
You will need the heat of the sun in the removal process to warm the window. If the weather is not war, you can use a hairdryer to warm the window.
Spray water to the window to moisten, but not soak.
Use a pin to poke a tiny hole in each bubble. Careful not to rip the film so make sure that you poke a tiny hole.
Make sure the window is still warm and damp, then smooth the bubbles with the use of a credit card or any straight edge card. Smooth toward the edge that is closest to the bubble moving gently and slowly to avoid damage.
Use a lint-free cloth to dry the window and see if there are any other damage or bubbles.
Removing tint bubbles is a tedious but not difficult process. You will have to be careful as it is easy to make an error that will damage the window. The best way to avoid this risk is to make sure you use a superior quality window tint product that can last for a long time without bubbling
If you're considering replacing the window tint, make sure to have a tint specialist do window tint removal New Chum and use the best window tint for your car.