Ask our window tinting expert
Q. How does tint stick to the window, do I need glue?
Window film has a clear lining film - when you peel this away it reveals a sticky surface and this is how it is stuck to the window. You need to spray a water/soap solution onto the window and the sticky side of the film so that you can position the film correctly on the window.
Q. Is window tint fitted to the inside or the outside of the window?
Window tint is applied to the inside of the window.
Q. My rear windows have a raised dot matrix edge and the film keeps coming away from this, how do I get it to stick?
There are a number of ways this problem can be solved - have a look at our dot matrix solutions guide for more information.
Q. How do you tint the rear windscreen?
Where your rear windscreen is curved, our kits are supplied with the rear windscreen cut into strips - this makes the film easier to handle and therefore easier to apply, and you fill not need to shrink the film to to fit your window. You will be supplied with a full guide on how to tint your rear windscreen.
Q. After your windows are tinted, when can you roll down the freshly tinted window?
It is advisable to leave the windows closed for 1-2 days after tinting your car.
This is so the film has time to dry completely and won't snag and peel away when you move the window.