FAQ

Frequently asked questions

FAQs

Frequently asked questions

California tint laws requirements are front side windows and front windshield to have a 70% VLT. Rear side windows and rear windshield has no restriction on how dark it can be. We can drive safely around with a light tint shade without having to worry of a citation.

I know most of us would like to have a nice UV rays and heat protection while the sun is beaming on us through the front windshield. In California we are allowed to have 70% VLT. This can help reduce sun glare, UV radiation, solar energy, and inferred rays for the ultimate in comfort. The quality of brand or film can play a huge roll when it comes to skin care.

It’s recommended letting the tint heal for 3-5 days. You may notice some haziness or water moist (it may appear as bubbles), this will eventually dry away within days. During winter or cold season it may take up to 5-7 days to cure. 

To help with the longevity of the window film, we ask to use proper window cleaner with a soft microfiber towel. A non-glass cleaner can damaged the film causing color fading, haziness, or film distortion. 

It’s not recommend adding new film on top of an existing tint. This may cause the older tint to start bubbling or peeling sooner. It can also complicate the removal process later in the future, it can increase the chances of windshield defrost to come along with the film.

Yes, this may cause damages to your rear windshield defrost depending on the conditions of the tint. Don’t leave your tint on for too long after it starts bubbling or fading, as the tint gets pretty toasty and more difficult for removal.

Window tint can effectively last from one to ten years. Lifespan depends on the product and brand you choose for your vehicle. Keeping the vehicle in a shaded area or indoor can help with the longevity of the film, as well as giving it the proper maintenance.  

When you try to tint around a crack or chip area, is highly the risk to spread knick or crack even further. Furthermore, the smallest crack that was unnoticeable can reflect a lot more with window film. For this we recommend fixing or replacing the windshield first before window tint installation.

Ceramic film offer the best protection you can ask for, from skin cancer care to your vehicle’s interior. Giving you a much comfortable commute during hot summer, this will make you enjoy your vehicle a lot more. Ceramic film is the best option if you are looking to keep vehicle cooler during high temperature. Most regular film are color dyed, meaning it can fail within few years from high temperatures. Regular film is often use for a better appearance look of your vehicle.

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