How normal are bubbles in tint
Posted 15 August 2004 - 12:01 AM
Here's what's makes the situation trickier. I'm afraid to take the car back to this business because after the last time I was there (having the rear window be redone because of some very noticable creases) I ended up seeing a scratch in the rear lip spoiler that's above the rear hatch window. I can't say for sure it was them that caused this scratch...but most likely it was because they had to remove this piece to do the window and this it's in a very unusual place for a scratch.
Posted 15 August 2004 - 12:07 AM
I know what you mean about damage though. I had a good shop do my last car but, the tinter cut my interior door panel with a razor blade. He didn't say anything about it and I only caught it when I got home. Needless to say the installer didn't make a dime on that job as I pushed the owner of the shop into replacing my door panel. The installer had to pay for it. Aside from the damage to my door, he did a flawless job on the car.
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Posted 15 August 2004 - 01:50 AM
Originally posted by Mzd3
Thanks for the input so far.
I got it tinted more than a month ago so like you said, they are not going away at this point unless I take the car back to the shop. However, I'm worried about the shop doing more damage.
If it's a legit business and a quality shop, then they will have insurance to cover any damage they cause. There should be no bubbles in the tint and I wouldn't hesitate to take it back to them to have it redone and I would also point out the scratch to them and see if they will make good on it. Allowing a shop to do a flawed job isn't what you paid for. Make them do it right.:xyxthumbs
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