Like most things in life, window tint has a limited lifespan. Once a tint has lasted up to about five years or so, you’re likely going to need tint removal and replacement in the near future. There are a few indications that it’s time to remove your current window tint and replace it with a new one, so be sure to call for professional tint removal services if you’re experiencing any of these signs.
- Fading tint: Window tints are typically implemented to block light, heat, glare, or view. That usually means that tints are dark. When your window tint starts to lose its dark hue and change color, it’s time to get a new window tint.
- Forming bubbles: When first installed, a window tint is a flat, smooth surface that should be barely noticeable against the window (unless you have a decorative tint). The appearance of bubbles in your tint isn’t a good sign.
- Curling edges: As previously mentioned, your window tint should be flat against your window. Curling edges is one of the most obvious signs that your tint is getting too old. If your tint is already curling, it’s just going to unstick more and more until you remove the tint.
Taking care of your windows is important for both the visual appearance and protection it offers. Don’t hesitate to call us at Glass Tinting by SPF for our tint removal services today!