Monday, December 21, 2015

Blue Window Tinting Hard Card Sharpener

This sharpening tool is quite necessary for maintaining squeegee or scraper with sharp, hard or smooth edges such as the Teflons. Just use a few part of a stainless steel blade to replace with a screw driver underneath. This hard card sharpener is an amazing tool which works like a wood plane.

Friday, December 18, 2015

The Orange Silicone Blade Squeegee Car Tinting and Cleaning Tool

The Orange Plastic Silicone Blade Squeegee is a perfect tint tool for bubbles and water removals while applying car window film. Making with plastic handle, the Silicone Blade Squeegee is easy to grip and control. The Silicone Blade of the squeegee protects the film from damages greatly. Tinter can also use this Silicone Blade Squeegee as a cleaning tool while cleaning up car windows or body.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Yellow Contour Squeegee Window Film Tinting and Vinyl Wrapping Tool

The Yellow Contour Squeegee is not only a favorite car window film tint tool which is great for squeegeeing film into curved glass areas, especially strongly contoured rear panes, but also a ideal tool for applying PPF pattern-making transfer paper to auto body surfaces to enhance the accuracy of special patterns. Tinters can wrap this contour squeegee with towel to get into areas hard to reach, like cleaning small channels between doorhandles, headlights. The contour can also be used to push window film down in the narrow spaces between the rubber and glass. Due to the special shape, these tools are great to push vinyl around or between the narrow spaces of carparts.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Tips and Tools to Tint Taillights of Your car

Select your tint
Tinting your tail lights with film tint is great. With the film tint, the light can through the tinting to restricts the light that comes back in. Depending on the effect you wish to achieve,you can choose the color and type you need, like regular black, yellow, red, gunsmoke or optic blue. You can also buy pre-cut film that fit certain car models online like 3M and LLumar
Clean up the surface of the taillight
Before starting, it is necessary to completely clean your car's tail lights. By using window cleaner, microfiber cloth that won't leave any lint, tinting sprayer and some tinting tools like tinting squeegee, you can easily to get rid of any debris or watermarks.

Cut the tint to a rough size
You can cut the film tint to an approximate size with precision knife like window tinting Rotary Cutter for Film with Safety Lock which you can buy from Depending on the size of the vinyl sheets, you can cut the size accurately.
Remove the film tint from its protective sheet
Peel the film tint from the protective plastic sheet. Then spray either some soapy water or a solution of 85% water and 15% rubbing alcohol in a car window tinting sprayer on the adhesive side. This will prevent the film from sticking before you have properly aligned it on the taillight.
Place the tint over the taillight
You may need to stretch it to fit the shape of the light. If the light is very curved, you will find it difficult to fit. Just use your hands work out any creases or use tinting heat gun or dryer to make it more malleable. Just don't hold the heat source too close to the film or apply heat for too long, as this may weaken or shrivel it.
Use a squeegee to remove any air bubbles
 Use a vinyl hard card squeegee or handled squeegee sold on to push any excess water or air bubbles from the center outwards. You can also continue to use the heat gun or hair dryer at this point to help you to smooth the film.
Cut away the excess film
Use a precision stainless holding knife to cut around the taillight, leaving a little extra film around the perimeter. Be careful when doing this, so you don't accidentally cut any of the film covering the taillight.
Tuck in the edges
The final step is to use the heat gun and the vinyl hard car squeegee or shor handle stainless scratch to stretch and tuck the edges of the film around the edges of the taillight, out of sight. Once the film sets it will hold its position.

Tools you need to tint the taillight of your car include: tinting sprayer, tinting short or long handle stainless scratch, tinting hard card and handled squeegees, tinting holding cutter and blades, as well as some cleaning products. You can buy all these tool from with fast delivery and love price.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Car Window Tinting: What You Need to Consider

Tinted windows for car are becoming more and more popular all around the world, whether for the additional privacy, the protection from blazing heat and harmful UV rays, or simply the sleek, polished look they give to your car, it's always an option to tint your side windows.

Tinting car windows yourself, especially for beginners, it can be difficult. Here are some you need to consider carefully before tinting.

First of all, you need to know car tinting regulations in your state. Most states have specific regulations on tinted windows, as dark-tinted front windows make it difficult for law enforcement to identify hit-and-run drivers, or to establish eye contact with suspects during traffic stops. Just contact a local car tint installer or do an online search.

Secondly, decide what type of window tint you want. There are all kinds of window film available in the market, like a specific shade, some certain effect including metallic, reflective or mirrored.

Thirdly, consider your options. Before applying a film tint yourself, consider the pros and cons of all your options.
For example:

OEM tinted glass:  Tinted inside the glass, OEM tinted glass is part of the actual glass making process, lasting throughout the entire life of the glass. OEM tinted glass is legal even in areas with the most stringent rules regarding tinting. OEM tinted glass may be more expensive to replace in a collision.

Coating tint: The coating tint method usually applies a spray to the existing  glass, which making it lasts much longer than film tinting. There are not so many shops who do it for automotive glass because it requires removal of the window glass, if done correctly.

Film tint: Film tinting is much popular for tinting auto windows. After a special process, the window glass will be carefully attached a thin polymer film. It can be the least expensive for window tinting. Although it needs to be replaced every five years or so to prevent cracking, peeling, and bubbling, some installers believe that the film can at least limit the possibility of the windows shattering upon collision.