Do-it-yourself kits for window tinting are available at auto part stores for individuals wanting to tint their car windows. Difficult as it is, some individuals still try. Otherwise is the case for the professional window tint Perth service provider. It is a practice for those with long attention span and it is detail oriented.
Window tinting is not difficult; the principle of geometry in relation to the practice is what defines its difficulty. Wrapping of an orange smoothly with a sheet of paper is not easy, is it? However, wrapping the surface of something flat seems easier than the first challenge. Window tinting will be easier if all windows were flat slabs. Unfortunately, most windows comprise of curved surfaces.
The application of windows tint to curved surfaces requires a substantial amount of care in the mating of the tint film with the curvature of the window. Relief triangles cut in very small sizes out of the edges of the window tint are used to accomplish the tinting process for a curved surface. Perfection is required in cutting the triangle; the triangle cut should be equilateral (each side should be of equal length). The preference of the equilateral cut is to ensure that no defect for the application is visible.
Theoretically, the application of window tint sounds easy but the practical aspect is where the difficulty lies. Beginning the process of application of the window tints, the window surface should be spotless. A razor blade can also be used to peel any layer of glue, dirt or oil; if glass cleaners are less effective. Razor blades are hard and to avoid defects on the glass, care should be taken when scraping off spots on the glass. Scratches that tinting can’t hide can be made if the cleaning and scraping of the glass are not done with care.