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Automotive Tint

Whether you're concerned about privacy, heat, UV protection, we have a solution to address your needs

Pro Classic Standard 

Available in 5 shades 

Pro Nano Ceramic

Blocks 49-66% of total heat, 99% UV, available in 6 shades

  • Is Ceramic tint worth it?
    Performance Difference: Ceramic tint is definitely worth considering when it comes to window film options. One of the main advantages of ceramic tint is its exceptional ability to block large amounts of heat & UV Light. This is crucial for protecting both you and your vehicle's interior from the damaging effects of prolonged sun exposure. Ceramic tint can significantly reduce the fading and deterioration of your car's upholstery, dashboard, and other surfaces. Durability Difference: Ceramic tint is known for its durability and longevity. It's color stable construction resists fading and discoloration over time, ensuring that your tinted windows maintain their aesthetic appeal. The advanced technology used in ceramic tint also minimizes the risk of bubbling or peeling, making it a reliable long-term investment.
  • Is Ceramic tint easier to see out of?
    Okay, you have seen this on Tik-Tok and we have heard it a thousand times so here it is: Ceramic Tint's main advantage to regular tint is heat rejection performance. However, an interesting trend has been taking place on social media. What about the tint that's dark on the outside but clear on the inside? Yep, we have seen it but here's the answer: The effect you see on video is the camera lens adjusting lighting and exposure to inside and outside lights. When the camera is outside of car, it is adjusted to outdoor lighting from the sun. When the camera transfers to the inside, it readjusts making everything look brighter than it really is. Does Ceramic Tint have privacy? Yes it does! The darker the film on the glass the more privacy you will have.
  • Is there anything we need to do prior to getting my windows tinted?
    While we clean and prep every window prior to installation, having a clean vehicle helps eliminate any excess dirt, dog hair, or debris that could prolong the installation process.
  • Is there any after care needed after installation of window film?
    You should wait at least 3 to 5 days to lower your windows after installing your window tint. There is a natural curing process for the film, so don’t be alarmed if you notice any hazing or micro bubbling as this will dissipate on its own.
  • What can I use to clean the tint?
    Microfiber towel and automotive glass cleaner is the preferred method to clean and preserve the window film in pristine condition. Warm water will work as well. Stay away from any ammonia products as it can damage the film.
  • Can window tint be removed?
    Yes, but we highly recommend that you don’t do it yourself unless you can remove both the film and adhesive. Cleaning adhesive off can take more time than film removal therefore costing more at the end. Also, we have the proper tools and expertise to remove the film without damaging the glass or defroster lines.
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