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The drying period for window film varies depending on the type of film used. Generally, it will take approximately 3-10 days for the window film to fully dry. During this time, you may notice small bubbles forming, which is normal. These bubbles will gradually evaporate on their own. To facilitate the drying process, it is recommended to park the vehicle in a shaded area or garage, avoiding direct exposure to sunlight.

Yes, Window film serves as a protective barrier against harmful UV rays, safeguarding both you and your vehicle’s interior. By blocking up to 99.9% of UV radiation, it helps prevent skin cancer and reduces the risk of sun damage to your skin. Additionally, window film helps preserve the upholstery of your vehicle by minimizing fading caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight.

Moreover, window film contributes to maintaining a cooler interior environment by rejecting heat, resulting in a more comfortable driving experience, especially during hot summer months. Each type of window film we offer is equipped with specific properties tailored to reject UV rays and provide heat rejection. For more detailed information on the benefits of our window tint options, please visit our window tint page or feel free to contact us directly for personalized assistance.

Yes. Glare not only causes eye fatigue, but it can also be dangerous when driving. Drawing curtains or closing blinds can make a room feel darker and smaller, and it can increase utility bills due to artificial lighting. Window films allow light through but not glare, and it helps maintain an “open” feeling. Glare can be dangerous when driving as well; window film can reduce glare 50%-90%, allowing for a much safer driving experience.

Yes, window film adds a degree of shatter resistance to the glass areas of your home, building, or vehicle. These films bond to glass and help hold dangerous glass fragments in place, should breakage occur due to accident, natural disaster, or illegal entry.

Automotive window film enhances year-round comfort by offering several key benefits. Firstly, it provides effective heat rejection, which helps keep the interior of your vehicle cooler during hot summer months. By reducing the amount of heat entering through the windows, window film helps maintain a more comfortable temperature inside the car, allowing you to enjoy your ride without feeling overheated.

Moreover, window film helps to regulate interior temperatures throughout the year by providing insulation against heat loss during colder months. This insulation helps to trap heat inside the vehicle, keeping you warmer during chilly weather and reducing the need for excessive heating.

Additionally, window film offers protection against harmful UV rays, which can cause sunburn, skin damage, and even skin cancer. By blocking up to 99.9% of UV radiation, window film helps to safeguard both you and your passengers from the harmful effects of sun exposure, ensuring a safer and more comfortable driving experience year-round.

Overall, automotive window film improves year-round comfort by providing heat rejection, insulation, and UV protection, allowing you to enjoy a more pleasant and comfortable ride in any season.

Yes. As long as it is factory window tint, we can install window film directly on the glass. Factory window tint’s color is actually a pigment in the glass. Aftermarket window film also has many more solar benefits than factory window tint. Factory tint only rejects part of the UV rays, and only rejects a small amount of heat. Aftermarket window film rejects 99% of ultraviolet rays and between 35%-60% of heat, depending on the film level used. In addition to these benefits, darkening factory tinted glass will give you more privacy for storing your personal items in the back of the vehicle.

In summer, window film reflects the hot sun, reducing heat gain and lowering air conditioning costs. In winter, window film retains heat — up to 15% — to reduce heating costs. This year-after-year reduction in energy costs can yield an impressive return on investment.

No. Window film should only be applied to glass surfaces that have a smooth finish, since the adhesive is meant to adhere to glass only. Plastics, Plexiglas, or Lexan contain too much oil for the film to adhere properly for a long period of time.

We understand you’re seeking a paint protection quote. While we prefer to provide quotes in person for accuracy, we’re happy to accommodate your needs through phone, email, or text.

Paint protection isn’t one-size-fits-all, as coverage and trim levels vary between vehicles. To ensure precision, we prefer discussing your specific requirements face-to-face. However, if you’d like a quote remotely, feel free to text or email us a picture of your vehicle along with details about the coverage you’re interested in. One of our paint protection specialists will promptly respond with a price tailored to your needs.