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      While you can’t beat a professionally installed car window tinting, many car owners choose to try and do it themselves. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, there are a few things to note when trying to install your window tint yourself.

      • What is sold and what is legally allowed are two different things
        Your state may only permit you to install tinting that allows 35% or 50% light through, such as is the case here with Milwaukee’s window tint laws. However, that usually doesn’t stop a store from carrying blackout window tint that can be as dark as 80%! Not only is this against the law to install, but it could make your drive much more hazardous; especially at night.
      • Prepare your vehicle before installing window tint
        It may seem obvious, but it’s often easy to overlook proper preparation measures. To get the most out of your car tint installation, thoroughly clean your glass inside out, and then dry it off with a paper towel or microfiber towel that won’t leave behind a lot of lint. Before you install your window tint, place it over the glass surface and cut it beforehand. This will ensure it sticks to the glass and stays there for longer.
      • Follow all manufacturer instructions
        Again, this may be an obvious statement, but many people install window tint that either doesn’t stick, isn’t shaped properly, or winds up falling off into a ball of film. If you insist on installing your own car tinting, you need to at least do it the right way.

      Of course, the other solution would be to have the best car window tinting service in Milwaukee install it for you. Brookfield Tint services all major areas in Greater Milwaukee to bring great quality tinting service to you! No matter where you live, you can call us and get the best window tinting in Milwaukee!

      The areas we service are listed below:

      • Sussex
      • Waukesha
      • West Allis
      • Brookfield
      • Pewaukee
      • Butler
      • Mequon
      • Menomonee Falls
      • Germantown
      • Watertown