Before you get window tint at just any place, you should ensure the company is reputable and uses a good tint product. Executive Motorsports uses only high-quality tint, such as that from 3M™, on your vehicle. These tinting FAQs will help you learn more about tinting your windows and what you should be looking for when you choose a window tint company.
Highly trained and skilled professionals install the window tint. In most cases, the tint is installed on the inside of the glass. The tinting process uses a special soapy water mixture to adhere the tint to the window. If done improperly, the tint will peel and/or bubble.
It could take up to three days for window tint to dry, depending on the weather, including the humidity in the air. The liquid used to install the tint is between the film and the window and must evaporate completely.
You will not be able to install the tint yourself as it uses a special liquid to adhere it to the windows. Furthermore, our technicians have the training to ensure that the tint is applied properly so that it does not bubble, peel or even crack the windows. It’s always better to have a professional install the window tint so that your vision is not obstructed and you don’t risk damaging your windows. Furthermore, a professional window tinting company such as Executive Motorsports uses only premium quality film to ensure that your vehicle windows stay tinted without peeling or bubbling for many years.
Once the film has completely dried, clean the window tint with household glass cleaner and a soft cloth that is lint free. The tint takes up to three days to dry, so to play it safe and don’t clean it until the fourth day. Be sure to avoid any abrasive cleaners as they will scratch or otherwise damage the tint. Most tints, including 3M™, are installed on the inside of the glass, so you may wash the exterior of your vehicle the usual way.
Yes, the brand does matter. Always choose a premium window tint. Inferior brands bubble and peel off the windows. Most premium brands have several types of tint, including carbon-impregnated, reflective metalized, a hybrid of metalized and dyed tint, and in the case of 3M™, a multi-layer nano-technology version. Dyed tint absorbs the sun’s damaging UV rays while the metalized tint works with the window’s reflective properties to reflect even more of the UV rays.
If you are looking for quality window tint, contact Executive Motorsports for an appointment to tint your vehicle’s windows. We’ll help you choose the best type of tint for your vehicle and your personal preferences.