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Before choosing window film, there are a few more factors to consider. Window tinting‘s goal isn’t merely to make it difficult to see inside a car.

UV Protection

A window tint can block 99 percent of the sun’s UV rays, improving driving safety.


Depending on the film’s thickness, your window tinting might also serve as an additional layer of defense for your car. Since the film is polyester-based, it holds the glass together and protects it from shattering everywhere when something breaks your car’s windows.

Raises the resale
value of cars

It is ideal for you to spend money on auto detailing if you intend to sell it. It gives protection, enhances its appearance, and preserves it in the best possible way.

UV Protection


Raises the resale
value of cars


    What percentage tint do you want for front side windows?

    What percentage tint do you want for back side windows?

    What percentage tint do you want for back windows?


    Does window tint reduce heat?

    The short answer is yes! Tinting your car’s windows do more than just prevent other people from seeing into your vehicle. It also helps to block the sun’s UV rays, which results in a lower average temperature inside the car, making every journey more comfortable and reducing unnecessary air conditioning usage.

    How long does window tint last?

    Standard window tint will usually last around 5 years. Higher quality brands of tint made of specialist materials have the potential to last up to 10 years, as long as they are properly cared for. Like most things in life, the lifespan of window tint will inevitably decrease, if it is not properly maintained, so make sure to look after your window tint in order to maximize your investment!

    When is the best time of year to apply window tint?

    To get the best results when tinting windows, wait until either spring or autumn to apply the window tint. Due to the low humidity and moderate temperatures during those seasons, the tint will attach to the windows more effectively. Rain and high humidity may be problematic, as they will affect the drying process. We recommend not applying window tint during wet weather conditions.