6" Powerful Handled Squeegee with Square-edged Rubber Blade for Window Film Application

3. listopadu 2016 v 7:55
This handled squeegee is a ready-to-use finishing squeegee. Designed with a 6" square-edged squeegee blade installed, this handled squeegee can remove application solution from beneath all film types. This handle can also be used with the 6" rubber Squeegee Blade.6" Pro Power Handle Squeegee with Square-edged Rubber Blade for Window Film Application,click here to get more details:http://www.tintingtool.com/squeegees/6quot-powerful-handled-squeegee-with-square-edged-rubber-blade-for-window-film-application-p-108969.html

How To Pick the Best Tint Shop

27. února 2016 v 3:45
The first step towards an appropriate and quality tint job is to find the right tint shop, but it can be difficult to decide when there are so many choices. For example, there are over 20 different tint shops within a 20 mile radius of a large metropolitan city. So how does one make a sound decision between them? What sets a "Quality Window Tinting" apart from a "Tint King" or a "Tint Doctor"?
ou can get good tip-offs by asking co-workers, friends, or family members with tinted cars where they got the job done and if they're happy with it. You can also take a look through the Yellow Pages and take down the details of shops with the most professional-looking adverts, and - if you'd like to do it the easy way - you can use our handy quote service and get price quotes from local tint shops.
When you've narrowed your list down to a handful, here are a few good questions to ask each dealer:
  1. Have you been in the area long? What other areas do you serve?
    Tint businesses that survive in a certain location for years without moving generally do so because they provide consistently great service at affordable prices. A tint shop that has been in business for around 5 years will be your best bet. Even if they are slightly more expensive than the newer tint shops you are scoping out, having a strong history tells you that they will likely still be around in a few years' time in case you need to follow up on your warranty.
    In many cases, a tint shop that is managed well and becomes a local success will branch out into other cities. Of course, you might find yourself dealing with a newly-trained branch, but in either case, the fact that they are successful enough to expand branches means that they truly care about the quality of their products and services.
  2. What are the different products that you use? Do you offer a warranty?
    Tint shops that are worth their salt always deal in a variety of different window films, typically from multiple suppliers. These shops will offer a full range of film types including metallic, dyed, and hybrid film, and will have these in varying levels of darkness and more than one color. If the tint shop you are enquiring about only offers you a choice of one or two types of film, you should be very wary; it's possible that they are simply trying to get rid of old or cheap stock (which may not even be suitable for your car in the first place).
    When asking about their warranty plan, make sure you understand all that is included in it. Your best option is a lifetime warranty for labor and materials, and we here at TintCenter wouldn't recommend anything less. You should also confirm that the warranty covers problems like fading and color shift.
    Please note that manufacturer's warrantees will only be valid for legal window tint. Tint that doesn't comply with local or state laws voids the warranty, so don't forget to ask for the dealer's warranty card with details such as the date, type of window film installed, and the total cost along with your receipt.
  3. Where can I see samples of your tinting? Can I come in and see it for myself?
    Because a great salesperson may be able convince you of how great the business is over the phone, the best way to find out whether they are worth your money is to visit the tint shop in person. Even just 10 minutes inside should be enough to give you a good feel for the type of business you are dealing with.
    Avoid rear window tinted in strips and make sure window tint on black frit border is secure.
    Customer service is always a number one priority for good tint shops. When you engage with the employees, are they warm and friendly, or unpleasant? Do they seem genuinely interested in helping you, or are they disinterested and cold? These are all things you should pay attention to, because if they are not willing to give you the time of day before you are even a customer, it might be difficult to deal with them later if you ever have problems with your tint.
    Next, ask them to show you a car that has already been tinted. Go ahead and inspect the rear window. How has the window film been cut, in strips or in one single piece? The most professional tinters use only one full sheet to cover the window's surface. If the car you're looking at has 'frit' edges (as shown in the image), take a closer look to ensure the film extends far enough to include the frit edges as well.When you look around the work area - is it clean and organized? Are the window films and tools carefully and expertly laid out? Outdoor work areas should always be avoided, as it is extremely important to install window tinting in a dust-free, indoor environment.
    Now move around and inspect the tint on the side-windows. Make sure the film covers the inside of the window and sits tight along the edges. If you look closely at the window film in particular, do you notice bubbles of air, or see spots where the film isn't sitting flush against the window? If so, this is a dead giveaway of a lazy tint job. On the other hand, if the film is a bit discolored or streaky, you shouldn't worry too much as it does take a few weeks for window film to fully dry and show up as clear.
  4. Is there any reason you can't just do your own window tint?
    Are you the handyman at home? If you'd like to skip the shops, you can get DIY car tint kits from $60 - $100 which are cut specifically to fit the make and model of your car. And once you've done it yourself a few times, you'll have enough experience to help out your family and friends with their own tint jobs. Even if you mess up, most reputable tint kit shops have extra film programs that allow you to purchase single pieces of film rather than an entire kit.
Whether you want to go it alone or use our Free Online Price Quote service, keep in mind the color, type and darkness of the film you would like. Don't accept 'the next best thing' if the dealer doesn't stock what you want - instead, just move on, as you will most certainly find a tint shop elsewhere that offers your desired tint. After getting your hands on several quotes and having researched all the shops on your shortlist, you should now feel free to make your final choice between them. If you are still not sure about the prices, reviewing the cost of car tint article will give you some hints about what you're looking at.
And last but not least, once you know which tint shop you are going with, be sure to make an appointment with them beforehand. Some tint shops offer a "drop-in any time" service, but if you want the best possible job done you'll want to give them some time to prepare. Tinting takes a few hours to complete even by a prepared professional, so you may want to arrange a lift with someone when you take your car in. Good luck and enjoy your new tint!

Red Heavy Duty Scraper Glass Removal Tool

26. února 2016 v 3:35
The Heavy Duty Scraper is used in the first phase of glass tinting preparation, especially in the removal of old film. Tinter can also use this Heavy Duty Scraper for those tough scraping jobs that require a more rugged blade. The handle allows for easy blade changing and secure holding and features a protective blade cover. Just be careful when using for compound-curved glass because of its blade length and inability.Red Heavy Duty Handy Scraper Glass Removal Tool,click here to get more details:http://www.tintingtool.com/scrapers-and-blades/red-heavy-duty-handy-scraper-glass-removal-tool-p-108323.html

Professional Car Wrap Vinyl Cutter 45mm Ergonomic Rotary Cutter

23. února 2016 v 5:36
The rolling razor blade meets your need of quilting, sewing, and craft applications. By locking the gray dual-action safety latch, you can open the rolling razor blade comfortably and close safely. The replaceable blade M-163B is made of high-quality tungsten carbide tool steel which is better for unparalleled sharpness and superior edge retention. Fortunately, this 45mm Ergonomic Rotary Cutter is suitable to left and right hands, making your tinting job flexibly.Professional Car Wrap Vinyl Cutter 45mm Ergonomic Rotary Cutter.Professional Car Wrap Vinyl Cutter 45mm Ergonomic Rotary Cutter,click here to get more details:http://www.tintingtool.com/knives-and-razor-blades/professional-car-wrap-vinyl-cutter-45mm-ergonomic-rotary-cutter-p-108643.html

1.5" Heavy-duty Mini Single-edged Blade Scraper (Blade Aide)

17. února 2016 v 2:26
Inserted with standard single-edged razor blade, this Heavy-duty Mini Single-edged Blade Scraper (Blade Aide) is a must-have scraper for areas where small blades are needed for film or other glass contaminant removal. The mini design makes it a holder for better gripping. Safety feature allows blade to be reversed for storage.1.5" Heavy-duty Mini Single-edged Blade Scraper (Blade Aide),click here to get more details:http://www.tintingtool.com/scrapers-and-blades/15quot-heavy-duty-mini-single-edged-blade-scraper-blade-aide-p-108405.html

Black Bondo Card Auto Window Film Tool

31. ledna 2016 v 2:56
Black Bondo Card is one of the most versatile car window film tint tool. Many installers use this Bondo Card with Felt Edges for pushing out trapped mounting solution or performing that critical job of "bumping"the edges of film. Tinters can wrap the Bondo Card with microfiber cloth to minimize scratches and deliver a smooth, flawless surface.

How to Clean Tinted Car Windows

30. ledna 2016 v 5:36
Cleaning tinted windows is easy and does not require any special products or skills. Learn how in less than 5 minutes!
Wash the car's exterior. Using glass cleaner on the outside car windows is fine, wipe away excess runoff immediately.
On the insides of the car, use a paper towel and water to remove fingerprints and other residues on the window. Using glass cleaner may damage your tint! It could cause the tint to separate from the window or deform.
Do not use window cleaner that contains Ammonia (standard Windex, for example). The Ammonia will cause the tint to turn purple. Choose a streak-free window cleaner marked as "Ammonia free."
Do not disturb the edges of the tint. Water or glass cleaner here could cause peeling or deformation.
If tint is beginning to peel or bubble, use a credit card wrapped in paper towel to smooth out imperfections. Always push air bubbles to the closest edge, or pop with a needle if needed. Be careful not to stretch or tear tint!

Car Vinyl Installation Tool Stainless Steel Tweezers with Flat and Round Tips

30. ledna 2016 v 5:33
The precision Stainless Steel Tweezers with Flat and Round Tips are made from highly polished stainless steel with healthy plastics. The stainless steel flat and round tips allow tinters to retrieve tiny pieces of film, remove debris from the adhesive side of vinyl, and to hold small edges while cutting with the razor.Car Vinnyl Wrapping Tool Pointed Stainless Steel Tweezers,click here to get more details:http://www.tintingtool.com/vinyl-graphics-and-wrap-tools/car-vinnyl-wrapping-tool-pointed-stainless-steel-tweezers-p-107551.html

Car Window Tinting process

29. ledna 2016 v 2:53
Step 1: Prior to applying the car window tint we need to ensure that all the windows are thoroughly cleaned to ensure no dirt gets trapped under the film.

Once this is done, we apply our pre cut film to the exterior of the glass. Using a heat gun we shrink the film to the curvature of the window, not doing this will result in creases and spears in the tint.
Step 2: Once this is achieved the window is thoroughly clean twice as a minimum to ensure no dirt is on the window. After this step the window is sprayed with a liquid solution to aid in preventing bubbles from appearing and allowing the car window tint to be moved into the correct position.
Step 3: The tinted film is now carefully applied to the glass making sure not to touch anything except for the glass.
Step 4: Once positioned on the glass the tint is squeegeed, pushing out any liquid and bubbles that remains behind the tint, this is then followed over with a gold card (window tinting tool) to ensure all liquid and bubbles are pushed out in the tight areas.
After this the window is cleaned and then we move onto the next window.
Step 5: After the side windows have been fitted we move onto the rear windscreen, similar to the side windows, we first begin by applying the pre cut tint to the exterior of the glass and begin heat shrinking it to the curvature of the glass.
Step 6: Like the side windows, the interior window is then thoroughly clean twice, then the car window tint is carefully applied to the glass, using the same techniques.
Step 7: Upon completion the vehicle is checked over for any bubbles or spears that may have popped up after the application. Once satisfied with the job the vehicle is ready to be collected, and will take anywhere between 4 days to 4 weeks to fully dry out. Our recommendation is to wait 48 hours before using the windows.

9.6" Green Heat-resistant Hard Quick Foot Squeegee Window Film Tool

29. ledna 2016 v 2:48
The waves in the handle make it easy and comfortable to grip. Its long edge makes car film work quick and efficient. The high-quality material guarantees a longer life. Also it can resist high temperature up to 150℃.9.6" Green Heat-resistant Hard Quick Foot Squeegee Window Film Tool,click here to get more details:http://www.tintingtool.com/squeegees/96quot-green-heat-resistant-hard-quick-foot-squeegee-window-film-tool-p-109667.html

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