Tinting the windows of your RC car can be a great way to add a custom look to your vehicle. It can also help protect the interior from the sun’s harmful UV rays, as well as reduce glare while driving.
Tinting an RC car window is not difficult and only requires a few basic supplies and tools. The first step is to purchase a tint film specifically designed for RC cars.
This film is available in various shades and sizes, so you can choose one that best suits your needs. Once you have chosen a tint film, use scissors or an X-Acto knife to cut it into pieces that will fit each window of your RC car.
Once you have cut the film into pieces, it’s time to apply it to each window. Start by thoroughly cleaning the window with glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth or paper towel. Make sure to remove all dust and debris before applying the tint film so it will adhere properly.
Next, use a squeegee or other flat-edged tool to press the tint film onto the window. Begin at one corner of the window and work your way around in small circles until all air bubbles are removed from beneath the film. Be sure not to press too hard, as this could cause rips or tears in the film.
Once all of your windows are covered with tint film, allow them to dry for 24 hours before driving your RC car. This will give the adhesive time to set properly before being subjected to any vibration or movement.
Conclusion: Tinting an RC car’s windows is a fairly simple process that requires only a few basic supplies and tools. With patience and care, you can give your vehicle a custom look while also protecting its interior from harmful UV rays and reducing glare while driving.