A Simple Guide To Car Owners On Spotting A Bad Tint

Car tinting has provided car owners a number of benefits in terms of privacy and car protection. Without tinting, car passengers would fry under direct sunlight when on the road and drivers would be squinting because of glare hitting the car’s windshield.

But to get the full benefits of 3m tinting in Dubai, you need to ensure that the tint is installed correctly. Poorly installed car tint will not only look unattractive but can also affect the driving performance of the driver. Car experts listed a number of red flags that can tell if you have a bad tinting job:

  1. Rough edges

One the visual cues that you need to check when checking for a hacked car tinting job is the edges. An experienced and excellent installer use computerized templates to cut the material, in accordance to the specs and the dimensions of the car windows and windshield. This kind of technology creates small and clean edges which is visually appealing. Manual cutting of the material would often result of uneven and rough edges.

  1. Faded or purple tint

This is quite the case for low quality tints that are being sold in stores or by counterfeit suppliers. Victims of this bad tinting job can tell that there is something wrong since their vision from the inside looks purple, as opposed to the top-notch ones where the vision of the passengers is just a shade or two darker from their normal vision. It would be best to avoid this kind of tint as can look cheap on your vehicle, but it can also affect your vision while driving.

  1. Bubbles obstructing the view

Bubbles on car tints, no matter how big or small, can obstruct the view of the driver and affect his/her driving performance on the road. This usually happens when the installer did not effectively paste the material on the glass, leading to the formation of bubbles inside the tint. A top-notch car tint installer will minimize the appearance of bubbles through a thorough and precise application.  It can also be a result of using low quality tints, which can unstick on the glass after quite some time. If the bubbles are distracting or obstructing your view, it would be best to have this redone or totally change your tint.

  1. Obvious cutouts

Some installers cut out the car tint to give way to car registration stickers so car owners can replace them during renewals. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Experienced installers would not compromise the aesthetics of the car tint for that purpose. Instead, they will put a clear film of these stickers and convert them to static decals.

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