Why should I choose Dino Mobile Tints over other tint shops?

 

Simply put...quality. We pride ourselves on our customer service, professionalism, and quality of work. Dino Mobile Window Tinting services offers you the convenience of travelling to you. You dont need to take time off work or have the expense of travelling to a tint shop. Relax in the comfort of your own home / office while we are tinting your car - saving you valuable time and money!! We pride ourselves on keeping our customers happy and offering the best in film installation. We guarantee that once you've had your windows tinted by Dino Tints, your search for an outstanding tint shop will be over.

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FAQs

 

 

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What type of film do you offer?

 

We carry Suntek's Carbon series film and we offer a lifetime warranty on all peeling, bubbling, cracking, and fading of the tint. Suntek's film provides a better factory match while offering superior visual clarity helping to reduce day and nighttime glare. Suntek's Carbon series contains no metal layers that may interfere with cell phones, radio, or navigation system signals.

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How do you apply the back window?

 

Unlike some tint shops, we don't piece together your back window with multiple strips of tint. We heatshrink your back window to ensure a perfect application and apply all back windows in one piece

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How long does it take to have tint installed on my car?

 

The process generally takes 1 to 3 hours depending on the difficulty of the car, cleanliness, and the number of windows. Window tinting is not a race, but with our experience we are able to offer very high quality installations in a short period of time.

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What do I use to clean my tinted windows?

We recommend using a soft cloth and Invisible Glass or Sprayway, a foam glass cleaner available in grocery and auto parts stores. Never use an ammonia based window cleaner which can wear away at the films’ adhesive.

Why do I see little bubbles or patchiness soon after installation?

This is very normal. We use a lot of water to activate the adhesive and to allow us to move the film around and position it for a perfect installation. Although we squeegee out as much of the water as possible, some small amount remains between the glass and the film. As this water evaporates through the film you may see some little water pockets or foggy patches. These should go away within a few days but could last a week or so depending on the weather. Never poke, prod, or pop these bubbles, they will always go away on their own. I have never seen a window not dry out.

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Can window film ever be removed?

Yes, Window tinting can be removed at any time after the installation. As a window tint professional I know all the tips and tricks on proper tint removal. Please call us if you require a removal. It is a very tough and messy job, not recommended for beginners.

Will the tint fade?

Nothing is stronger than the sun, but the window films we use are specifically designed not to fade. Furthermore, our films are backed by a manufacturer's lifetime warranty if they happen to.

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Will tinted windows inhibit my visibility at night?

This all depends on the shade and quality of film you select. Dark or “limo” tint will definitely decrease your visibility at night. If this is a concern, a lighter-medium shade would be advisable.

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How durable is tinting?

Our window film is protected by a hard scratch-resistant coating that can withstand everyday use and even, yes, kids. The key word however is "resistant", this does not mean "scratch-proof". Even glass will scratch, so be careful when loading and unloading objects with sharp edges, boxes, sporting equipment, and also when releasing your seatbelt, this can easily make small nicks that are not covered by warranty.

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Tinted vehicle windows:

 

the lawThe rules for tinted front windscreens and front side windows depend on when the vehicle was first used. There are no rules for tinting the rear windscreen or rear passenger windows.

 

Vehicles first used on 1 April 1985 or laterThe front windscreen must let at least 75% of light through and the front side windows must let at least 70% of light through.

 

Vehicles first used before 1 April 1985The front windscreen and front side windows must both let at least 70% of light through.

 

Penalties for having wrongly tinted windowsIt’s illegal tint a window that breaks the rules on tinted windows.

 

The police or VOSA vehicle examiners use light measuring equipment to measure window tint.

If your windscreen or front side windows are tinted too much you could get:

 

  • a prohibition notice’ stopping you using your vehicle on the road until you have the extra tint removed

  • a penalty notice or court summonsTinted windows are not part of the MOT test.