Marine window tint applying: DIY or hire the specialists
Are you thinking about tinting marine windows? Marine window tint gives a classy and mysterious look, also you increase the level of privacy and UV light filtration of your boat. But applying the tint on the windows is the element that decides the quality of the shades and the success of the project. Extreme precision and measurements are needed in order to succeed.
Tip: A qualified tinting company can help you with more information and with the marine window tint applying process if you are in Broward, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Pompano Beach, Sunrise, and Weston FL.
Clean the windows and measure the size of the window
Before tinting your marine windows you’ll need to wash the windows, and remove all the dirt and residues. Take a sponge and some cleaning solution and make sure that you are removing any kind of dirt, because you won’t be able to apply correctly the tint if the windows are dirty.
To remove the residues you use a razor but be careful not to cut yourself or scratch the windows. Alternatively, you can use a squeegee to make sure that you are removing any kind of dirt left.
Also do not forget to take the size and the shape of the window so you can apply smoothly the tint, so your marine window tint can look nice.
Applying the tint
When applying the tint on the marine windows it is important to do it with extreme caution and to pay attention not to leave any bubbles to form underneath. This is the most important step of tint applying so take your time.
You can use a hairdryer or a heat gun if you have, to heat the tint. In your other hand take the squeegee and neat the surface in a horizontal direction for the tint to be isolated.
Hire the professionals – West Broward Tint
West Broward Tint is a tinting company specialized in marine window tinting and not only. You can purchase the tint from them and also they can apply it for you. This way you’ll know that the job is done properly. You can find them in Broward, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Pompano Beach, Sunrise, and Weston FL.