Window Tinting Solutions


Applying Window Tint Film: A Professional’s Guide

Interested in adding tint to your vehicle’s windows? Look no further. Window tinting is a task best left to the experts. At BanksWraps in Central City, Nebraska, we offer quick and cost-effective tinting services for vehicle owners. Our expert team uses a detailed method to achieve flawless results, including the following steps:

Meticulously cleaning the window’s interior

Precisely applying the application solution

Gently fitting the film starting from a top corner of the window

Utilizing a squeegee to secure a smooth, bubble-free adhesion from the center to the edges

Selecting the Ideal Window Tint Film

Your selection should be based on your budget and how you use your vehicle. Premium tints offer durability, enhanced aesthetics, and superior performance.

Dyed Film

Begin with the most affordable yet effective option, dyed film, which provides satisfactory performance.

Metallic film

Upgrade to a metallic film for improved durability and performance.

Nano Ceramic film

Opt for a nano ceramic film for the highest level of performance, complete with a lifetime warranty.

Get a Quote

Interested in our Window Tinting services? Simply submit your details through our form, and our team will contact you to discuss your requirements and provide a detailed quote.

Tip 1

To preserve the new look of your window tints, opt for an ammonia-free cleaner. Ammonia-based cleaners are too abrasive for tint films. If you can’t find a suitable ammonia-free option, a simple solution of mild soap in warm water will suffice for cleaning without causing damage.

Tip 2

Avoid using paper towels as they can scratch the tint. Instead, choose a soft microfiber cloth for cleaning. A squeegee or a sponge can also be gentle yet effective tools for maintaining the integrity of your tinted windows.

Tip 3

Cleaning tinted windows under direct sunlight can cause the cleaning solution to evaporate too quickly, leaving streaks. Similarly, avoid cleaning your car beneath trees where sap could compromise your cleaning efforts.

Tip 4

It’s wise to have two microfiber cloths at hand: one for washing and the other for drying. Use distilled water for rinsing to prevent the deposition of minerals that can lead to white spots. Hard water is best avoided for this reason.