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Finding the Right Car Tint Shop by Checking Out Samples The first step to a quality tint job is to find a quality tint shop, but it can be challenging to find one when there are plenty of choices. You can get referrals from co-workers, friends, or relatives who own tinted cars. You can explore the Yellow Pages as well, or for convenience, use a web quote service. In any case, there are some things you should look into before choosing a car tint shop, such as the background of the business, products they use, warranties offered, quality of customer service, and the rest. Then again, none would be as important as actually inspecting some samples of their past work. After all, no matter how great everything about them sounds, if you don’t like how they tint cars, you won’t want to use them. That means you have to go to the shop and check out a few samples – in person.
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Even a few minutes in a car tint shop is enough to give you an idea of the type of business in front of you. Once you get there, request them to show you a car that they have tinted. Take a look at the rear window. The film should be in a single piece instead of cut or in strips. Professional tinters always do it this way. Should the car have any ‘frit’ edges, the film should extend far enough to include them as well.
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Observe the surroundings – is everything clean and organized? Look at the tools and window films and tools – are they expertly laid out? They should avoid outdoor work areas as window tinting should be done in a dust-free, indoor environment. Now go around and take a look at the wide windows’ tint. The film should cover the inside of the window and be tight on the edges. Look at the window film very, very closely and see if there are air bubbles or any parts that aren’t very tight against the window. These two indicate a poor tint job, and they are exactly what professional tint shops avoid at all costs. On the other hand, if the film looks streaky or discolored, worry not as it normally takes weeks for it to dry and clear up. While you’re in the middle of all these, keep in mind your preferred type, darkness and color of the film. If they don’t stock what you want, you don’t have to settle. As mentioned earlier, there’s a lot of car tint shops these days, and it’s just an issue of finding the right one. Of course, it will take time and patience, but you’ll thank yourself for being wise in your choice.