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Sorry, to bust in, I do not normally post here. But I've got a question you AutoFools can probably help me with.

We just got a new car and is has no tint on the windows. We've got two small kids (1 and 3) and are contemplating having the windows tinted.

I don't want it to get bubbles in it or look blue, which I seem to see a lot of with after market tint.

Is there a brand or process for tint that I should look for? We've tried those suction cup pull down shades and they don't stay on at all. The cling type shades are okay, but not good coverage and aren't very dark to begin with. We got both from Target, so maybe quality is an issue with these.

We are thinking professional tint is the way to go, but aren't sure where to start. And if there's another solution please chime in.
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