Most car owners are a concern if they can really have car window tinting during winter and questions regarding this is on the rise now that the winter season is here. The truth is, you may still have to be on the right day and on the right temperature to have the tint be perfectly installed during the cold months.
Most mobile window tinting Woodend technicians cannot do tinting windows in the winter because the film is most sensitive to temperature. Even a few degrees below room temperature can result in a poor quality job since the installation becomes more difficult.
However, there are shops that still offers car window tinting even during winter. To determine what shops can do the job perfectly during this month, ask the installer if their shop is designed with the winter months in mind.
Make sure that their facility has a heated, clean window tint room installation that they mostly use all year round. The only challenge with tinting your car in the winter is that it will take a bit long for the curing process to finish.
Your car window tinting installer may ask you not to roll your windows for the first few days after the windows are tinted because the residual moisture in between the film and the window pane is not that dry up yet. Since the temperature is colder and darker during the winter, the moisture will need time to evaporate. You have to wait for a week to allow the moisture to evaporate fully during winter.