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25 Feb 2016
High-quality vehicle window film tinting tools - tinting scrapers and tinting scraper blades are convenient automotive glass tint tools for many cleaning jobs, such as the removal of chewing gum, stickers, wax build-up, caked-on dirt, or any adhesives on the surface of vehicle’s windows.

You can buy various kinds of window tinting scrapers including tinting handled scrapers, tinting stainless scrapers and the replacement stainless or plastic razor blades. Automotive window tinting scrapers wholesale from is safe, cheap and instant.

25 Feb 2016
Car tinting is the process of applying film on the car window.  This is used for several purposes, such solar heat reduction and UV protection.  The window tint also provides privacy, protection, and security.  There is also a downside to car window tinting, however; it reduces the visible light transmission through car windows which can be problematic at night.  Because of this, there are VLT limits set with different states – check with your state before tinting you windows.  The price for car tinting depends on the make and model of your car, the type of tint you choose, and the establishment you use.

How much is it?

    On average, car window tinting is going to cost anywhere from $125 to $250 for a car, while the prices can range...

25 Feb 2016
This plastic Quick Foot Squeegee is comparatively soft which makes it perfect for some gap or thin film. Its long edge makes car window film tinting job quick and efficient. The high-quality material guarantees a longer life. Also it can resist high temperature up to 300℃.Red Soft Quick Foot Squeegee High Tempreture Resistance Tinting Tool,click here to get more details:

20 Feb 2016
Need Help Choosing A Window Tint - Consider These Tips 2

The requirement of a window tint at a workplace is a little different from that at home. Typically, in an office, window tints are used to reduce glare and make the environment comfortable for employees who spend long hours in front of the computer screen. Privacy may be another factor. In the former case, a standard tint will do the job just fine because it provides maximum protection against heat and glare at the lowest cost. However, if privacy is a concern, you may need a mirrored tint or one that lets in less than 25% of visible light.


16 Feb 2016
These practices can help you to greatly reduce the amount of dust contamination in your window film installations

1. Find a bug zapper that will work on gnats... and other critters.

2. Minimize the time between peeling the liner and placing the film onto the glass...

3. Do not walk forward with your peeled pattern, step backwards, this way you are not using your peeled film as a catch net for airborne contaminants...

4. Cut a white Teflon into a triangle, wrap it with a micro-fiber cloth, jam it between glass and frame and wipe those crevices (window glass channels) clean... or use a chamois to perform this.

5. Wipe off the top ledge of the roll down glass...

6. If you use a pressure sprayer with a hose, put an...

31 Jan 2016
1. Buy Your Film

You will first need to check the laws in your state and then make sure you are buying a film that is compliant (use our map in the sidebar to check your state laws). There are many options available, including those we have highlighted on this page.

2. Preparation

The first thing you will need to do is prepare your windows. The window surface will need to be cleaned and any items on the window will need to be removed. This may include things like caulking compounds, weather stripping, antennas or cellular phone equipment. In the case of the latter, it may be necessary to work around these items.

When working on side windows, you will need to clean twice – once with the window fully up and a second...

31 Jan 2016
Clear the window area.
  • Make sure there is nothing in the interior of your car attached or near the window, and clear the exterior of the rear window of any debris, stickers or attachments.
Cover the window's exterior with a black garbage bag.
  • Cut the black garbage bag open and make sure it is large enough to cover the entire back window.
  • Spray the outside of the window with water. Then, lay the garbage bag over the window and use your hand to smooth the bag down
Prepare the window's interior.
  • Cover the interior upholstery, speakers window ledge and all other surfaces with a plastic tarp.
  • Spray undiluted ammonia over the entire back window tint.
  • Cover the inside of the back window with another black garbage bag that you cut...

30 Jan 2016
Window tinting is an effective way to improve the comfort level and appearance
of vehicle.:Window tinting is an effective way to improve the comfort level and appearanceof vehicle.

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So following points should be keep in mind before selecting a window tint -Check Around Various Car Tinting Stores Decide according to your need Choose UV-reflecting Window Tints Know Your State Laws On Tinted Windows Learn How To Care For Your Car's Tints

Check Around Various Car Tinting Stores:
Check Around Various Car Tinting Stores Know more about car window tinting it will very helpful for selecting right window tint. Take the time and effort to check the tinting products of various car shops and this will give a general idea of how...

30 Jan 2016
If your car's tinted windows have started to fade or change color, it is time to remove them. Paying an auto body shop to do the job can be expensive. Instead, you can do the job yourself for much less money. The following is a guide on how to remove tint glue from glass.
Cut plastic in the shape of each tinted window.
  • Black garbage bags or other dark plastic sheeting may be used.
  • Cut enough plastic to cover both the inside and outside of each tinted window.
Apply soapy water to the outside of the windows.
Cover the windows with plastic.
  • Smooth the plastic against the windows.
Protect all surfaces that are near the tinted windows on the inside of the car.
  • Use a tarp to complete this task.
Spray the inside of each tinted...