Here’s How You Can Spot A Bad Tinting Job! 

Do you know what can ruin the entire luxurious experience of your otherwise extravagant and gorgeous car? A bad tint job! There is no doubt that the tinted windows add to the aesthetic of your car, and the mysterious appearance gives it an edge over the other car out there. However, if you are getting the work done in a bad way, or if it has already been done badly, there is nothing worse for the appearance of your car. Having tinted car windows is extremely significant, as it adds aura, safety and a lot more to the appearance of your car. Those who live in the hotter areas of the world, where temperatures soar past the thermometer, we know how important it is to have a vehicle that helps you in commuting through the bad weather. Not just this, but there is a lot more that makes people get their car windows tinted. So, if due to this reason or for any other purpose out of the dozens available out there, you have decided to get your car windows tinted, that’s good. However, don’t jump to the decision, and even if you have, and you are confused, as to if the tinting has been done properly or not, we are here to help you out. Here are a few tried and tested things through which you can spot a bad tint job. 

The first clue that is going to help you find out about the quality of your car window tinting Mandurah is the state of the edges. If you want to gauge the quality of the tinting, see how close the film is to the window edges. It should be clean, consistent and unwavering. A top-notch installer will always use computerised templates that will be close to the edge of the window pane, and will be attached in a clean way. On the other hand, if there is a significant gap, not only the appearance will be shitty, but you will know that it hasn’t been done in a proper way either. Make sure that there aren’t small bubbles causing distortion throughout the film too. You can obviously spot huge bubbles, but the small bubbles need to be inspected vigilantly and they are a big red flag for the appearance of your car. A bad quality tint can cause them, so be extremely aware.  

A cardinal mistake that is often committed in car tinting is the bad quality of tint that turns purple within no time. Let us tell you one thing; it does not look cool at all! If you think, it is giving a sleek appearance to your car, you can’t be more wrong. The purple shade is an obvious sign that a very basic quality of vinyl sheet with dyes has been used to do the tinting. Moreover, just don’t assume that a high-quality tint is of a dark shade always. The darker the tint, the greater the heat reduction, we know that’s a general rule. On the other hand, a high-quality ceramic tint can be more efficient, more heat absorbent, and more effective than a darker shade made of bad stuff. So, go for the quality and not for the color being used to tint the windows, as it would be a cardinal sin for the top-notch window tinting job that you want.   

One more thing that you should be vigilant about is the use of dark metallic tints. It might sound quite eerie and you can be skeptical about it, but these tints can interfere with your cell and radio reception. Yes, we are serious! The purpose of these metallic shades is to help reflect light away from the car, and they are extremely effective in doing so. But, they do have a tendency to interfere with the signals of your electronic communications, so think about that too. If you cannot survive without your cell phone or a radio during the commute, then you know what to do. 

These were just a few, albeit quite important, things that can help you decide on the quality of window tinting done. Do follow these, and your car will have the tint that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but reliable and the one that you always wanted.