Your car looks cool with window tint. Unfortunately, at some stage, your car window tint will wear out to the point where it needs to be removed and it happens even with the highest quality window tint.
How do you know it's time to replace your car window tint? The obvious signs of expired window film are air bubbles, cuts, peeling edges and purpling.
Bubbling. Bulges or air bubbles on film happens due to natural deterioration of the underlying adhesive. When you notice some bubble, you can be sure that more will appear soon enough. Also, air bubbles on film sometimes occur when the installation was done poorly.
Cuts or scrapes. All windows endure climatic pressures and flux, so even small breaks can grow and expand. Scraped window tinting should be replaced before it badly affects visibility. When you notice cuts or scrapes on your window tint, whether the window is on a car, a home, or an office building, do not ignore it.
Peeling edges. Over time, the adhesive holding the tinted film to your windows starts to decay because of sun exposure. The edges may begin to peel, which creates crackling noise when you roll your windows up or down.
Purple film. The film turns purple in colour as a result of the breakdown of non-metallic dyes. You will want to have it replaced to restore your car's good look.
Always use experienced window tint removal Sadliers Crossing and installation services to get the best results possible. Good window tinting can help you save energy, drive more safely, and reduce UV damage to your skin and car interior.