First of all, gather all the instruments that are required to mount the tint in the window of the car. A tinting cloth, a sharp blade, a squeegee or a rubber roller, liquid spry detergent, a bone tool, a blow dryer, a hard card and a measuring tape are included in the tint installation package.Take a measurement of the window of the car and cut the film into the window shape. If you are reluctant to cut the sheet or you are not good at precise cutting, as there are some companies that provide this service, you can get pre-cut film for your car window; you only need to order for the particular model of the car.Spray the mixture of soap and water on the window; this will allow the sheet to adhere to the glass and extract the residue from top to bottom using the squeegee.You can get additional information at Window tinting service.
Apply the film to the side window and leave about half an inch from the top edge before adding it to the side window.With the help of the bone tool, force the tint under the inner rubber seal.Make sure that, with the help of a hard card, the tint goes through all corners of the window.Take the squeegee in one hand now and the blow dryer in the other, heat from the top and transfer the squeegee and the dryer to the left side; in horizontal movement, keep doing this. This will eliminate from between the glass and film the residual humidity or air bubbles.You may use the same approach to add the sheet to the wind shield, but make sure that the tinted wind shield is not forbidden in your area until applying it to the windshield.Do not use the blade when applying it to the rear window because the blade will damage the rear defroster.Many individuals have all 4 door windows tinted as well as the back window for a 4-door sedan. The additional doors contribute around $100 or so to the cost, taking the total to $250. This is still a decent deal and will really make things look better for your car.