Make sure the windows been rolled up we’re going to wet the glass thoroughly now what we’re going to do is place our pattern back on here so that we can begin to shrink it so we want to do that before we install it so we prevent any fingers that may or may not occur okay now I want to position the pattern on the glass what I want Car window tinting to do is I want to probably make sure that my bottom edge here.
Is about you know about an inch half an inch above the seal I don’t have to put it right down there on the sill for a reason because I don’t want to create a problem when I’m trying to shrink this film I’m going to get all the water out of it real careful okay now back in the day I would have not really given this any thought or concern because it looks relatively flat like it doesn’t need any shrinking.
Now that I know about the double stop snap and now that I’m doing a Tuesday’s installation what I’m about to do next is absolutely critical and installing the film by leaving the door panel on to prevent fingers you don’t want to deal with fingers you want to stop them so what we’re going to do to prevent that is we’re going to over shrink this window and right now there’s not much.
To shrink but I’m going to make something to shrink watch this I love my my well-built heat gun but I dropped it yesterday and is taking a funny sound that I think will be all right what I’m going to do and again there are several different ways to do this I simply like to pick it up about six inches and drop it and just begin shrinking.
He’s been doing it for window tinting los Angeles years.And I consider him one of the best in the business.Today, we’ll go over the assessment, the preparation for the installation, and the installation itself.But before we go over the install, Rob, give me a quick history of window tint ROB Well, window tint started in the ‘s.It used to be a sprayed film.It wasn’t the best. Visibility wasn’t really that great through the window.LARRY I can imagine.ROB Then the ‘s came, and they came out with a film.
It was a two-ply part.It was a dyed film, and then an adhesive side.Then after that, they came out with a three-ply part, which was a scratch resistant, a dyed, and then the adhesive. LARRY And that’s what we’re using today ROB And that’s what we use today.LARRY Because I found this rolling around your shop here.Now explain, what are the percentages?And what do they mean when getting a tint?
ROB All right, well, different states have different laws.The legal limit in New York State is of light–LARRY So over here, like really, really light.ROB Yeah.Very light.% of light has to be going through the window.Here is a That means of light is going through the window.That’s what they call limo tint.LARRY Now how do you know what’s legal in your state? So in New York, apparently.
it’s And Connecticut, or Nebraska, how do I know what my state has?ROB Well, you can go to FWIW, the International Window Film Association, and you can look up the law chart, and you find out what is your–LARRY Your state regulation.ROB Different states, you know, Connecticut is a You could do of light going through the window.So.LARRY What’s the first thing you do when customer walks in?ROB Well, the first.