It’s ok to admit that you want to tint your car because it looks good. Have you ever seen a good car – or an average car go down the street with dark windows and think “oh, not for me?” Of course not. You wouldn’t be reading this if you have tinted windows already, of if you weren’t thinking about it. You are here because you are ready to join the cool and shady ranks. You are ready to be the person who goes through the streets turning heads. At DC Clear Auto Bra in Fort Washington, MD, our team has spent years putting custom window tints on a huge variety of vehicles. 

But are you ready? There are more things to paint than you might think. If you get up and take action, but later think your car looks bad, you might be very disappointed. Before painting your car, it is important to ask the right questions from the team you choose to work with. To help raise awareness, and guide first-time tinters to a positive outcome, we’ve decided to spend some time helping them get a clear understanding of which questions to ask. 

How Long Will the Tint Last?

The life of window film depends on many factors, including the type and quality of the product, the climate and the amount of direct sunlight that your car is exposed to. In general, most professionally installed car films are designed to last longer than a typical owner would service a car. Many films will have a lot to offer for at least 10 years. 

Is the Tint High-Quality?

There’s a reason why the rich and famous don’t look for the wrong shirt at a store that has no brand presence and a total lack of recognized manufacturer names. Quality is important. Buy a cheap tinting option and people will know. You do not want that. That nuance must be seen as an investment. You want a product that lasts for years, not months. Spend a little more on quality. You will not be disappointed.
 

How Long Will the Process Take?

This process can take anywhere from 45 minutes to several hours, depending on how many windows are tinted. If you only add window film to the two front side doors, installation is much faster than a full installation that includes all four side windows and rear windows. The dealer who installed your window coverings may want to keep the car for at least half a day to get the best work done and let the film dry before returning the car to you. It is best to arrange a visit on the day of your training appointment. Tip: Make an appointment with a professional window film dealer to get high-quality work.
 

Is There a Warranty?


Most quality products have a limited lifetime warranty. However, you must confirm the period and the appropriate warranty terms and conditions before buying a tint for your vehicle. Also, make sure you get a full factory warranty by your installer so that you are protected even if your installer accidentally stops operating. You must comply with all state and local nuances laws. Most guarantees are invalid if your tint installation is illegal. Your local installer must be aware of all the current nuance laws that apply to you.
 

Which Tinting Option Should You Choose?

To choose the best film for your car, you should contact a professional window dealer. Dealers offer a variety of products in various colors and colors as well as various styles and performance advantages. The dealer can show you the slip and discuss with you which car sun visor that best suits your needs. You also need to understand the legal nuances of your country. Professional window film marketers can also help you choose the best color for your car that still complies with government regulations. With that in mind, your window shade is yours.
 

Trust DC Clear Auto Bra in Fort Washington, MD

If you’ve got questions about installing a window tint for your vehicle, or if you’re wondering about some of the other services our team offers, then now is the best time to contact us so that we can work with you to schedule a consultation, or address any other concerns you might have!