Know your tint level limitations
Suntamers is an experienced car window tinting company, and if we’ve learned anything in our 45 years as a business it’s this: the sun is out to get all of us.
Knowing this, you may be inclined to choose the darkest tint available for your car, but did you know that dark window tint can make it harder to see at night? Additionally, state laws regulate tint levels, so you will need to check before choosing your tint level. Or you could just skip the hassle and have a professional auto window tint company do the work.
Don’t tint outdoors
You know how you need to clean the screen on your smartphone before applying the screen protector, and even then, you end up with little bits of fuzz under there? That’s because you’re working in an uncontrolled environment.
The same issues arise with outdoor or mobile car tinting companies. A slight breeze and you’ve got a grimy layer of pollen, bugs, dust, and dirt between your window and your new car film. Car window tinting should always be performed indoors in a controlled environment.