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Your Global Tint Installer Warranty


  • Care & Maintenance

    To protect and maintain the finish of your window film we recommend using a Global Tint microfibre cloth. You can use this either dry as a duster, or with a spray and wipe method. Split microfibre is positively charged, which makes it work like a magnet attracting negatively charged dust particles. This allows the cloth to attract and hold dirt/dust, rather than just pushing it around like a cotton cloth would.

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  • The Drying Out Process

    The mounting solution used during the installation will require time to dry out. The exact period of time will vary depending on many different factors such as climate, type of film used.

    The industry guideline for the drying process to complete is 4 weeks from the date of installation.

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  • Terms of the Warranty

    In the unlikely event that the window film application should experience an adhesive failure such as cracking, glazing, delamination, peeling, excessive or unusual colour change or any other failure due to a manufacturer’s defect, then your Global Tint Installer will provide a replacement. Your Global Tint Installer shall not be liable for any loss, damage, expense or cost caused or partially caused through improper film care, cleaning, abuse or glass breakage.

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Winding Down Windows

We ask our customers to refrain from opening any freshly tinted windows for one week after installation to allow time for the adhesive to bond and prevent the film from peeling.

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Water Bubbles

It is perfectly normal for water bubbles to appear in the first few days after installation. This is where remaining residue from the mounting solution (trapped between the film and the glass) congregates to form bubbles. This is all part of the drying process, do not be tempted to push at the bubbles as this can cause the film to distort. Simply leave them to evaporate naturally and the film will then sit against the glass perfectly.

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Dot Matrix

Most vehicles have a black ceramic “frit” edge on the rear window and on occasion also on the side windows. In some cases the ceramic edge is straight and flat and in others it will have a dotted edge, often referred to as “Dot Matrix”. These raised black ceramic dots prevent the window film from bonding in the gaps between them. This will result in the appearance of a 'trim’ surrounding the glass. How pronounced the trim is will be dictated by the width of the ceramic dots, and is unavoidable.

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