Many car owners tint their vehicles’ windows to protect themselves from the sun. Tinting has its benefits, but it also comes with some hard-to-solve problems.
Bubbles can appear on window tint films, and car owners might have trouble removing them. Fortunately, there’s a simple four-step way to remove the bubbles.
Car owners must first apply heat on the tint film, spray the part that has bubbles with a soap and water mixture, prick a tiny hole in the center of the bubble with a sharp pin, and gently scrape the air bubbles out.
Window tints get bubbly due to water trapped between the film and the window and when they’re losing their adhesive properties. To know more, see this infographic
Infographic Source: https://www.globaltintusa.com/blog/2019/11/30/how-to-remove-window-tint-bubbles/