Essential Window Tint Tools and Accessories
Tinting your windows has never been easier when you use Auto Tint Rider’s pre-cut installation packages. In order to really get that beautiful tint job you’ve done to sparkle and stay, you might want to add a few of these window tint tools and accessories to your list. Remember, you have to have to right tools to do the best job!
1. Chizler Tool
The last thing you want to see when you are installing your window’s tint are those pesky “fingers” (the wrinkles that develop during installation) or bubbling in your tint. So fix those problems areas with a Chizler tool. It is a hard, plastic application card that will leave your tint smooth and shiny. Great for all those hard to reach areas!
1. Squeegee Blade
This tool is a great addition to help squeeze out all those air bubbles around tight areas. Auto Tint Rider provides one with an easy to grip handle that applies a lot more pressure in those hard-to-get-to spots. Make your corners nice and sharp with this tool. Auto Tint Rider provides in both the 3 Pack Tool Kit and the 5 Pack Tool Kit.
3. Tint Application Fluid
When applying your tint, you should really have tint application fluid at hand. This simple bottle provides you with the ability to eliminate curling corners of tint, without the risk of staining your interior. It’s perfect for the slightly difficult tinting jobs.
4. Lint-Free and Microfiber Towels
Before you can install your window tint, you have to make sure you have a nice clean, dirt free window to work with otherwise all that grime will be caught underneath the window tint. Using a normal bath or hand towel is not recommended because these towels can leave pieces of lint and cloth on the window that you will see underneath the film. So get yourself proper towels before you begin any tint installation. Once you’re finished applying your tint, use a microfiber cloth to wipe down your windows for a no-streak shine.
These are just a few of the window tint tools and accessories we recommend using when you are installing your new window tint. Check out our Tools Page for more information about what you’ll need!