Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Lee, owner of Exclusive Detail And Tint in Charlotte, North Carolina, says his film tinting tools prices range from $1 for a small pickup to $99 for vans. He says prices vary depending on the type of tinting tools, how good the windows film tinting tools material it is used and whether freeshipping or need shipping fees.

Williamson, meanwhile, says he offers two types of film tinting tools kits, which is a made of by usual tint jobs, offers high quality with low price.

He typically charges $150 per car for the colored dyed tint and $240 for the color stable tint, with prices going up slightly for midsize and large SUVs. If you dont want the entire car tinted, he charges $25 for the visor strip on the front windshield and $60 for the front two windows.

According to online shop Helper, prices range rather drastically. Window film tinting tools can cost $1 to $999 for tinters using standard, non-reflective tint and $100 to $800 for high-performance ceramic, carbon, metallic and colored tints.

Monday, December 21, 2015

Car Vinyl Wrap and Paint Color Sample Speed Shapes

These Speed Shapes are made of sturdy plastic and are perfect for testing or displaying Vinyl Wrap, Plastic Dip or Water Transfer painting. They come with a hook for hanging on the wall to create a colorful display.

Friday, December 18, 2015

Stainless Steel Squeegee Handle with Fast Lock for Glass Cleaning

Made of stainless steel, the Cleaning Squeegee Handle is lighter and stronger than brass. The coin adjustable screws hold the channel at desired tension, making cleaning job faster. Features a fast lock for quick channel changes. The non-slip rubber grip is ideal for all weather conditions. This cleaning squeegee handle attaches to all replacement stainless steel squeegee blades TM-067, TM-068 and TM-069, as well as rubber balde like Blue Max Blade with a press fit.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Red Magnetic Bondo Card Car Vinyl Wrapping and Film Tinting Tool

Red Magnetic Bondo Card is one of the most versatile vinyl applicators for graphics, signs and vehicle vinyl wraps, as well as car window film tint. Red Magnetic Bondo Card is made with high quality materials, and designed with two parallel ridges or bumps down the center to give you a secure, slip-resistant grip. The magnets that are molded inside of the tool allowing tinters to stick the tool onto the surface of the car for positioning of material as well as just keeping the tool close at hand while working the vinyl. Tinter can wrap the Gold Bondo Squeegee in felts TM-187-1 and TM-187-2 or microfiber towels while applying.

Monday, September 14, 2015

How do black dots and lines at the edge of a window on newer cars affect window tinting

Made of a kind of material named Teflon, the black dots is laid as matrix patters or lines at the top of some windows. They are all applied at the factory. Purely cosmetic, they hide trim lines and edges on different styles of autos.

The thickness of these Teflon-type areas make window tinting installation incredibly difficult. When the tint installer tries to adhere directly the window film to the glass, the black lines across the top of some windows can prevent window tint from sticking and cannot be covered.

While according to the thickness of the material, the window tint which sticks to these slightly raised dot, can create a lighter or different look in the area of the black matrix dots.

This poses no risk of peeling. In some cases, the dot pattern or lines usually put at the top of some windows are so thick that it makes it impossible for the tint to stick at all.

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Saturday, September 5, 2015

How to Tint Car Inside Window: 5 Steps Only

If you have decided to apply window film yourself, please following the steps to tint your car window.

Step 1: Prepare a standard window tinting tool kit
Before every step, you need to prepare yourself a standard set for auto window tinting. Of course you can easily buy one online. But it is hard to choose sometimes since there are various kinds of kits available. Professionally, you need to buy a kits at least contain: a triggered sprayer or pumped sprayer, a squeegee with handle, a hard card squeegee, a handled scraper, a knife and some cleaning products like clothes. We strongly recommend you guys to buy one from

Step 2: Clean windows
Use window tinting tools sprayer and squeegee to clean your side windows thoroughly, inside and out. You may need to clean them two to three times to remove all the dirt. It is important to clean the glass carefully or it will cause air bubbles on the film. To clean the gasket holding the window in place, just use the scraper carefully.

Step 3: Measure and pre-cut the film
Unroll the film onto the inside of the window, liner side up (The sticky side is the film and the silk side is the liner). Trim the film to the approximate size of the window using a razor knife. Or you can measure the size with special magnet tape sold on Always cut the film leaving at least one extra inch on each side, to ensure the entire window will be covered. Besides, you can also buy the pre-cut film from some famous online store like 3M directly.

Step 4: Trim the film.
Position the film so that the straight bottom edge extends to 1 quarter inch below the top of the inside casket. Using the razor knife, trim the vertical edges of the film first. Then lower the window down to about 2 inches (5.1 cm) and trim the film to fit the shape of the top of the window. Make sure to press the knife gently to avoid any damage of the glass. Accuracy with the trimming may require multiple tries to get desired shape.

Step 5: Apply the application solution
Spray the inside of the window generously with application solution. Next, peel off the film liner and spray the exposed adhesive with application solution.
Apply tint to window. Carefully position the window film onto the glass, adhesive side facing the glass. Slide the film into place, starting at the bottom and working towards the top. The window should still be rolled down slightly.
Use a squeegee to press the film onto the glass, working from the middle out.
Apply more and more pressure as you feel the film begin to grab the glass. Make sure there are no air bubbles.
Roll up the window and continue placing the film into position on the bottom part of the window. Slip the end of the film underneath the window gasket.
Push all the water and soap towards the edge of the window, and blot away using a squeegee wrapped in paper towel.