Dale, my tint shop warned me the tint will scratch due to the hard plastic window seals nissan uses but didnt offer me any felt strips or have any. Is this something I can find somewhere and have put on?JetTech said:I would recommend letting a tint shop install Llumar tint so you could get a warranty. I had mine done for $60 and they didn't use the felt strips. After about a month the tint had slight scratches on it so I took it back, they installed felt strips, replaced the tint for free, and we all lived happily ever after... :lol:
I would try another tint shop Mike, I can't believe you found one that didn't have felt or at least some sort of soft strip to prevent the tint from scratching. I thought they all had that... :?MikeZ said:Dale, my tint shop warned me the tint will scratch due to the hard plastic window seals nissan uses but didnt offer me any felt strips or have any. Is this something I can find somewhere and have put on?
Man thats a deal, if I could get it done that cheap i'd go that route. $65 plus tax is what I am looking at if it was done at a shop. I have tinted in the past, its just a pain, but to save about $40 bux you can bet I will suffer through the agravation.SMOKEDYA2 said:since there pre cut I might do them myself, but for $30 shipped I would rather have my buddy who tints do it with his tint for $40, cant beat his price
Unless you are the local "professional" shops here. I have seen some real hack jobs. I can tint better than the one shop that is here in town I can honestly say. They dont have computer cut tint either. I believe my 3 year old can cut a straighter line than them, and me :lol:Cutting and trimming the tint to fit is what I hate, but I dont mind puting it on. If its precut even close, its worth keeping the 40 bux instead of giving it to the installerSMOKEDYA2 said:when getting it done profesionally you get what you pay for