Your car’s window tint can last a long time, but eventually, it will need to be replaced. But how do you know when it’s time for a new car window tint?
We’ve made this list of a few of the top signs that your car needs new window tint so that you know when it’s time to contact us for a replacement.
- Bubbles or air pockets. Sometimes bubbles or air pockets indicate that the window tint wasn’t applied correctly, but if your tint was applied a long time ago and has only recently had a bubble problem, it’s probably just time for a replacement.
- Peeling edges. As window tint ages, the adhesive used to apply the window tint may lose its sticking power, which can cause the edges of your window tint to peel. This leads to the tint becoming brittle, which may cause you to hear cracking sounds when you open or close your car windows.
- Fading. UV exposure over time will fade your window tint, as indicated by a purple hue rather than the usual dark grey that you see with your window tint. Faded window tint isn’t as effective, meaning that more UV rays may be entering your car.
We want you to get the most out of your car’s window tint, which is why we provide the best window tint application for your car here at JB Tintz & Dent Repair. If your old window tint is no longer protecting your car and you need a replacement, be sure to reach out to us today.