The process includes cutting the film to the size and shape of your window before thoroughly cleaning the glass in preparation. A backing sheet is then removed from the film revealing an adhesive layer to which bonds the film to the glass once applied and the majority of the water solution used to position the film is squeegeed out.
Our Darkest Legal films are rated at 35% or T35 and therefore they keep 65% of the light out.
As of recently the law has changed to allow our Silhouette 20% or T20 to be applied legally to the rear section of your vehicle. This is to provide a ‘Privacy Glass’ look to the vehicle.
Keep in mind that your darkest legal tint will appear darker at night or when the rear of the car is facing the sun; and will look lighter when the front windscreen is facing the sun, as the light will stream unopposed into the car, making the interior lighter.
This warranty is also nation wide with the manufacturer in the event you move interstate.
All three brands offer a nation wide Lifetime Warranty for ease of mind.
Most vehicles will take approx 2-3 hours for the tinting process to be completed. The process may take longer if there is existing window film to be removed.
You may notice a streaky effect, and even what looks like bubbles in the windows. This is quite normal, as there is still moisture between the glass and the film which needs to dry out before the adhesive totally cures. Please allow up to 3 weeks for the film curing process to be completed.
Clean the film with a soft cloth and do not use Windex or any other ammonia-based products. We suggest to clean your tinted windows with a ‘Tint Safe’ or ‘Ammonia free’ window cleaner and a clean microfiber cloth.
Window tint is designed to adhere directly to the glass. The black lines across the top of some windows can prevent window tint from sticking and cannot be covered. When black dots are encountered, the window tint sticks to the slightly raised dot. This can give, depending on the thickness of the material, a lighter or different look in the area of the black matrix dots.
This poses no risk of peeling. In some cases, the dot pattern or lines usually put at the top of some windows are so thick that it makes it impossible for the tint to stick to the glass inbetween the dot matrix.
UV rays from the sun that are responsible for damaging your car’s interior and excessive heat build-up are usually the cause of bubbles forming in the window tint. The bubbles are a result of a failure in the films adhesive. You can protect yourself from this potential problem by opting for one of our films on offer. All of our films have a high temperature adhesive system and 99% of UV protection capabilities, which allows them to give a manufacture backed guarantee against fading and bubbling.
We have a range of Carbon, Nano-Carbon and Ceramic films that perform just as good as the metallic predecessors without having a trade off.