A shoddy tint job can ruin the aesthetic value of a good car. Here are some visual signs that you need window tint removal North Tivoli and tint reapplication.
Good tint has small, clean edges. You can tell a quality tint by seeing how close the film comes to the window edge and how consistent and clean the line is. A good installer uses computer-aided templates that pre-cut the film as much as possible. Computerized templates perfectly fit in a line that's close to the edge of the windowpane and don't waver. There is no significant gap and it does not look shitty.
Window tint turns purple. The purple look is caused by ultraviolet rays from the sun and heat which break down the dyes in any dyed film. Window tint turns purple with age. It's an evident sign that the film is of the most basic quality possible, a vinyl sheet with dyes that fade over time.
Tiny bubbles. Check how clear your view is. Another sign of bad tint job is the appearance of tiny bubbles, but even very, very small bubbles cause deformity. A tint specialist will reduce the risk of bubbles, but if you've chosen a low-quality tint, you may notice tiny bubbles on tint as early as six months down the road as the adhesive begins to break down early.
Find gaps and bubbles around the defroster bars. The rear window's defroster is 3D. Any excess gap where the tint is firmly affixed to the window will become an excellent starting point for bubbles to form and increase over time. You want to make sure the tint is pressed as tightly against the defroster as possible. A good tint installer can get the job done right.