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Why book car window tinter near you through Airtasker?

Car window tinting is a fiddly, time-consuming task. Get it wrong and it will bobble, peel and do a bad job of blocking out the sun. With the help of a professional car window tinter, the film will be correctly measured, cut and applied so your car window tints are effective and last for years rather than months.

Using Airtasker is the best way to find a professional car window tinter near you. Whether you’re tinting car windows for the first time or need some fresh film fitted, post your task here and find the help you need within minutes.

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Top Car Window Tinting related questions

How dark can I legally get my windows tinted?

Car window tinting is regulated by state and territory law. Ask your local car window tinter what’s legally accepted in your area, or if you regularly drive across the darkest tint that’s legally accepted across all of Australia is 35% VLT.

Do tinted windows make your car cooler?

Getting your windows tinted can help keep your car cooler for a little longer because it can slow down heat. That said, tests show that eventually tinted and untinted cars reach similar interior temperatures.

Will my car window tinter remove old window tinting?

A DIY window tinting removal job without the right tools or experience could lead to scratched glass and hours spent scrubbing away sticky residue. Removing old tinting is a quick job for your car window tinter so you can always request help with this in your job listing.

How long should I wait to use my car after getting windows tinted?

It can take 2-4 days for a window tint to fully dry so book your car window tinting at a time you know you won’t need the car. Getting it done during the summer months can also speed up the process.

How long do tinted car windows last?

A low-grade film constantly exposed to sun can fade and bubble within months. For something longer lasting, as your car window tinter about hybrid or metalized films made using sputtering or deposition technology. These can last anywhere between five and 10 years.

How much does it cost to tint car windows?

It can be as low as $100 or as much as $500. Car window tinting prices are based on the number of windows that need tinting, the size of the vehicle and the quality of the tinting film. Your car window tinter will consider all of these points when putting your Airtasker quote together.

What does car window tinting include?

Whether you hire a mobile car window tinter to come to your home or drop your car off at a tinting workshop near you, the application process  is the same. Here’s what you can expect when you book a car window tinting service through Airtasker. 

Step 1: Prep and clean

You car will be parked in a covered, well-lit area. This limits the risk of dust getting under the film, causing bobbling. Your professional car window tinter will remove any existing tint film and prepare the first window. Both sides are sprayed with a special application solution (not your standard glass cleaner), wiped with a soft squeegee or sponge, and dried with a lint-free cloth. 

Step 2: Measure and cut

Confident the window is clean, your professional tinter starts working with the film. The outside of the window is re-sprayed with solution and the film rolled across. Another layer of spray is applied and using a sharp blade your car window tinter carefully traces the window’s shape. Being careful of the glass, any edges and wing mirrors, the excess film is cut away and discarded. 


The film is moved and aligned as needed, getting the perfect fit before it’s smoothed out with a window squeegee and dried with a heat gun.

Step 3: Applying the tint

Now the right size and shape for your window, the tint can be applied. This time the inside of the window is sprayed with solution. Satisfied the film is in the perfect position your car window tinter will expose the adhesive side, smoothing out the film as they work, stopping air or excess solution getting trapped under the film. Steps 1-3 are then repeated for each car window that’s being tinted.

Step 4: Clean up

Depending on the number of windows and size of your car, tinting can take between one and two hours. Once your professional tinter is done, they’ll clean up the work area taking any discarded tinting film with them. Before heading off, they’ll let you know how long the adhesive takes to try and pass on any tips about caring for your window tints.

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