Recently, drivers have increasingly decided to tint their car. First, the tint film protects you and the valuable interior contents from prying eyes. It also protects the glass from cracks when small stones hit, and passengers from glass fragments in the event of an accident. Secondly, it significantly reduces the strain on your eyes during the day. And thirdly, tinting simply decorates the car's appearance. It is not cheap to tint a car in a workshop, so you can try to do it yourself.
The first thing you need to do is buy the tint film you need. On sale you can find films for every "taste and color", but be careful - not all of them comply with Russian GOST standards for light transmission. Now you need to remove and wash all the glasses. Wash the glass thoroughly, as any speck of dust on the glass is bound to be a bubble under the film. After that, they should be wiped with a dry cloth that does not leave any threads or lint behind.
Now that the glasses are clean and dry, dilute the soap and water solution - about 4 drops of shampoo or detergent per liter of water. Carefully peel back a corner of the film from the bottom corner. Peel off the film from the transparent layer and immediately spray it with the solution from a spray bottle. Then spray the glass evenly and apply the prepared film to it. Using a spatula, push water and air out from under the film in movements from the center to the edges.
When there are no bubbles left under the film, take a razor blade and trim off the overhanging edges of the film. After that, dry the glass with a hair dryer (preferably a construction one). If there is no hair dryer, then leave this glass to dry, and move on to the next. Attention! After the sticker, it is not recommended to lower the glasses for a week and wipe them with detergents. Also, after tinting the glasses, it is necessary to avoid getting on them with detergents based on abrasive powders.