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Today I will introduce you a useful tinting tool. This Scraper is available for 6" Stainless double-edged blade which is easy to change or rotate without use of a screwdriver or other tool. The sharp double-edge blade is securely held in the handles reinforced channel. The long handle is comfortable to grip while scrapping. This scraper also features a snap on protective cover for safety when the scraper is not in use.
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 How to Remove Side Window Tint of Your Car Yourself Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 
Removing side window tint yourself saves you a bit money. Meanwhile you risks scratching and other damage.
Scraping off tint is only appropriate for side windows, since the rear windshield can be damaged by the razor blade. Both ordinary side windows and smaller "vent windows" can have tint removed this way.
Here are 6 steps for you to avoid such damage.
Wipe the window with mild soapy water by using pad or Nylon Cleaning Sponge for window tinting. Sponge the interior of the window until it is dripping with soapy water. To clean up inside and outside windows, you can choose tinting turbo squeegee which is easy to try all water on the screen.This protects the window from scratches, so make sure not to leave any dry patches. Do not forget to protect upholstery using a cloth or tarp, or just open the car door before you begin.
Prepare your scraping tool. Purchase one or two window tinting Handle Stainless Cutters and a box of Carbon Steel Blade from TintingTool.com. Since a sharp edge prevents scratches and you may blunt quite a few on each window. A locking scraper like Plastic Handle Stainless Cutter Pack with Blister or other blade holder will make the process more convenient.
Cut the edge of the tint. Run the razor blade along one edge of the tint. Avoid scratching the dotted frit surrounding the tint.
Tear off the tint. Use the blade edge to lift the cut tint, then pull it up. Most likely, it will tear into a few pieces, in which case you'll need to repeat the cut and lift until the entire edge is lifted from the glass.
Use long cuts to remove the remaining tint. Remove the tint in sections by making long, straight cuts with the razor, then lifting and peeling off that section. Repeat until the window is free of tin.
Scrape off adhesive. Look closely for remaining pieces of tint around the edges, and blobs of clear adhesive anywhere in the window. Apply more soapy water and use the razor blade to squeegee these off.
If you still fee hard to remove, you can go to a professional company for help. For the best and cheapest tinting tools, just go to TintingTool.com.
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 How to Choose a Professional Car Window Tinting Shop Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

4 Steps to Choose a Professional Car Window Tinting Shop
Most people think that tinting car windows is quite a simple decision to make.while they soon change their idea since the installed price can vary over $100 from one shop to the next for tinting the same vehicle.

Also you can tint your car window yourself if you have confidence in doing such professional job. What you need to do is first to learn some useful skills from YouTube, WikiHow or tinting tools online store like TintingTool.com. Then you just need to buy a standard tint tools kit which offers you all tinting tools (like tinting handled squeegee, window tinting scratch and tinting sprayer that you can buy easily from TintingTool.com) you need to install auto windows.

If you need a professional, here are some tips you helping you choose a better tint shop.

Years in business
Quality tint shops are always busy even there are loads of local competitors who by offer service at reasonable prices. Finding a tint shop that has been in business for at least 5 years is a great decision.

Types and quality of film
You can find different types of tinting films from various manufacturers in this business - materials from non-reflective, hybrid, full metal to titanium, stainless steel; colors from bluish to gray or charcoal to the coffee brown found in bronze/stainless steel tints.

Non-reflective/dyed film is the lowest. Despite of cheap price, this type of film has the shortest guarantee, and has a tendency to turn purple and form bubbles over time.

The best-selling film can be hybrid tinting which has a slightly different appearance and color from the non-reflective. The major difference between these two materials is solar heat rejection and warranty. As we all know, hybrid tinting rejects much more solar heat and the product warranties are much better than the standard non-reflective products. That is why most tinting manufacturers offer extended or lifetime warranties for the hybrid/high performance films.

Comparing to hybrid tinting materials, full metal films usually have the same or slightly higher solar heat rejection, while lifetime warranty including a clause against fading of the material over an extended period of time. Just choose the film basing on the materials, color, our personality, as well as your local laws about window tint.

Beware of tint shops that only offer one or two types of film. Since the films may not be qualified.


Installation methods
Maybe you have found that some shops leave a small gap or micro-edge at the top of the roll-down windows, while others instead to take the tinting all the way to the edge of the glass. The first is much better since it will not make extra damage when rolling down your windows.

Rear windows can usually be tinted in one piece of film. The one-piece rear window installation is preferable over the rear window being installed in several pieces. One-piece rear windows can cost more due to the extra time and expertise needed for this type of tinting installation.

Warranty
The warranty on the car tint varies according to the window film you applied. Install only window film backed with a Lifetime Warranty for materials and labor is always your first choice.

For the warranty to take effect, remember to get only legal window tint for your car. Illegal tint can nullify any manufacturer's warranty. When you purchase your tint, be sure sure you get a manufacturer's warranty card from the dealer with the date, the window film used on each window, and the total cost of installation as well as the receipt.

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 12-10-2015 à 03h38

 6" Handled Scraper with Stainless Double-edged Blade Car Window Film Application Tool Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

This Scraper is available for 6" Stainless double-edged blade which is easy to change or rotate without use of a screwdriver or other tool. The sharp double-edge blade is securely held in the handles reinforced channel. The long handle is comfortable to grip while scrapping. This scraper also features a snap on protective cover for safety when the scraper is not in use. Replaceable blade TM-122. For cheap car window tinting and wrapping tools, please go to tintingtool.com.

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 How Does Window Film Work? Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

At the most basic level, window tinting entails the application of tinting film onto a window glass surface. A layer of clear polyester film makes up the bulk of tint film, with an extra thin layer made up of tinting agents like metals and dyes added to achieve the desired performance characteristics.

One of the biggest myths about tinting is that it impedes vision at night, and so driving at night is impossible when a car is tinted. In reality, however, you will find films of many varieties specially designed with night-time to reduce glare and similar problems when driving at night. Tinting film doesn’t give the same effect as other visual shields like sunglasses, which most certainly do impair vision at night. For the much darker types of film, there are state window tint laws in place that can act as guidelines as to what level of darkness is within reasonable limits.

People also often get confused about where the window tint will be placed. In almost all cases, window tint is applied on the inside of the window glass. This is done to protect the tint from external sources of wear-and-tear, including flying debris and other hard objects.

Window tint changes the characteristics and amount of light that is transmitted through the window glass into the car. Auto glass that hasn’t been tinted transmits 90% of visible light (VLT% rating of 90), absorbs 5% of visible light (VLA% rating of 5%) and reflects 5% of visible light (VLR% rating of 5%).

The quantities above vary dramatically once tinting film is applied, and mostly depend on the type of tint. Different tints are available for different characteristics; for example, some tints are used to reflect light, while others will be fitted to absorb light.

The Visible Light Transmittance (VLT%) rating is the most widely used measurement rating for window tint, and this rating is typically included in the name of the specific tint – for example, Johnson Executive PBC30 or Madico Charcool CH-55. The lower the percentage, the less visible light will be allowed to shine through the glass, which also affects the overall darkness of the tint.

Over and above blocking ordinary visible light, tinting film also blocks dangerous, cancer-causing ultra-violet (UV-A and UV-B) and infra-red (IR), both of which contribute to heat building up inside the vehicle. The effectiveness and extent of the blocking will depend on the quality of the installation, the specific manufacturer, and the type of window film used.

Don’t be discouraged if you find all of this information overwhelming – we at TintCenter know that your venture into the window tinting world can be daunting at first, but if you simply follow the information presented on this site you surely find something that meets your needs. For our own recommendations, please use the Car Tint Price Quote Request form.

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 Magnetic Wristband Strap Holder for Auto Tinting and Wrapping Tools Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Magnetic Wristband Strap Holder for Auto Tinting and Wrapping Tools

Made from neodymium high-performance magnets and an adjustable writ strap, the Magnetic Wristband helps tinters hold and keep every tint tools with stainless steel and magnets together. It is easy to adjust the soft strap to fit on your wrist comfortably. Featured a larger magnetic surface area, the neodymium magnets give you the most massive holding power, making your tinting and wrapping job more convenient. Also, you can adjust the strap to fit on your fingers flexibly.

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