There are many kits out there for you to tint your windows and these are covering both cars and home windows – no pun intended there, hehe. While they may be easy to use there are a few things you should know before you get started on window tinting.
1. Don’t take it lightly – this is a big task you are undertaking so set aside a good amount of time and be sure to read everything you have with you before you get started. Try not to have any alcoholic beverages before or during (definitely afterwards for a job well done) the work and have a really good sleep the night before so you are feeling fresh.
2. Concentrate – you probably only have one go at this and you have spent money to do it yourself so really concentrate on each window. You might end up feeling like you are working out. If you need a break then have one. You do not want your first few windows to look great but the window tinting on the last few windows might look messy. Not a good look overall.
3. Be Prepared – window tinting is no light task. If there is a list of tools that the kit tells you that you need then be sure to have every one of them and not something that could be substituted as one. Good quality tools mean a good quality tint. This should be your motto and then you will realize that having the right things make it so much easier
4. You might get it wrong – while you might know what you are doing and while the instructions have been read by you a few times, there is still the possibility that you might get it wrong, you are not a professional tinter after all. But as they say, practice makes perfect. If you are fortunate enough to have a few spare windows you do not care about – maybe a garage or shed window, then practice on that first and see how you go. It is possible to practice on a cheap and old car if it is not your main or only car.
As you can see from the above points this is no walk in the park or fun and games. Be sure to follow the advice given above and you will be sure to end up with a really great home or car or any other vehicle that you may have with a really great tint job.