Car window tint protects the interior from harmful ultraviolet rays. It also protects your eyes from the sun and gives the car a new look. Here are some useful steps on how to apply a window tint coat to your car:
Using plastic wrap, cut the foil to the exact same shape as the inside of your window and hold the spray bottle by hand. Now draw on a sheet of paper with a paper towel.
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Make sure you have a steady hand. Cut the sound film into lengths and add 1 to 2 inches in front/back. This will be cut at a later date.
Remove the film from the bottom of the window. Spray glue with water. Remove any stickers or seals on windows. Keep window surfaces completely clean.
The film is a very brittle material that can easily be folded and creased. Simple things like handling films can only be associated with the experience. Removing films is very expensive and is charged by the hour.
The average discharge time for a four-door car is estimated to be around two hours of work, sometimes up to five hours if the window shadows have been severely sunburned and also if the shadows are old.
Car window staining is always impossible for most people, which is why many people try to do this work themselves. It may seem a little difficult at first for new beginners, but it takes a little trial and error to get there.