FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes, just make sure you do not wipe or wash the inside of the windows.
Yes, you can wash your car after the tint job is done, but make sure you do not wipe the inside of the windows where the tint was applied.
Yes we still do our regular installs during the winter season. The tint requires a longer period of time to fully cure.
Yes. We offer the following warranty on our window tinting.
- Tint Pros LLC proudly warranties window film against fading to purple, bubbling peeling, cracking, delaminating, oxidation and corrosion.
- Tint Pros LLC does not cover any scratches, nicks, cuts to the window film or if the window was broken.
- If warranty work needed please leave the window tint as is for us to properly remove and replace the window film. Warranty will be voided if consumer removes any window film from window unless specified by Tint Pros Specialist.
Most and all cases scratches on the glass are not visible until a black tint is applied to it. It may hide the scratches or make the scratch more visible.
We do not cover any types of scratches made to the window tint. We also do not warranty if the tint is peeled of or if the window got smashed or broken.
Absolutely not, we only use the best quality window film in the industry. We guarantee the window film not to turn purple as long as you own your vehicle.
It most cases its ok; accidents do happen but if the window film looks as if it peeled or got damaged please contact us immediately.
We use no chemicals or toxic cleaners to clean the window or applying the tint.
The tint may take up to 2 weeks for the tint to fully dry out and cure.
No, we do not take off any door panels. We have the best tools that can slide the tint behind door panels with out taking them off.
Drying Period: Your new Tint Pros tint will take about 3-5 days to fully dry and cure - sometimes longer depending on the vehicle, tint type, and weather conditions. During this time, your newly tinted windows may appear hazy or lumpy with water bubbles. The rear windshield will be the most noticeable. Please do not roll your tinted windows down or try to push the water out until it is dry!
Cleaning: Do not use ammonia, scrapers, scrubber pads, or other various chemicals to clean window film. We recommend any cleaning spray clearly labeled "safe for tinted windows" and a soft paper towel.
Black Dots: Most cars have a black, ceramic edge on the rear window. Sometimes this ceramic edge is straight and flat, or a dotted edge. These black ceramic dots are thick and prevent the window film from sticking to the area between the dots. This results in a white strip trimming the glass. Usually this is not noticeable, however, some vehicles have a bigger surface area of dots on the top of the reader window, which means it will have a greater area of those white strips around the window. Ask us for more information if necessary.
Imperfections: While we strive for perfection in our installations, due to the nature of the product, some degree of dust contamination and/or minor imperfections are present in every window film application. Pre-existing flaws, scratches, or metal deposits on the glass of your windows are often much more noticeable after the windows are tinted.
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