Would you like a cooler car interior, better visibility and increased privacy while blocking UV rays? If you do a lot of driving, either for work or play, you will most likely appreciate cooler car interior temperatures this summer. Tinting your windows with 3M™ Automotive Window Film Crystalline Series can provide you with an excellent and affordable way to reduce the heat coming in through your car’s windows, thus keeping your car cool.
Improving comfort, protecting vehicle interiors and blocking UV rays are hallmarks of 3M™ Automotive Window Films. A clear breakthrough in automotive window films, the Crystalline Series rejects more heat than many dark films without changing the appearance of your vehicle, making it the superior choice for comfort.
This light tint rejects up to 60% of solar energy and up to 97% of heat-producing infrared rays for the ultimate in comfort. This film is also designed to enhance your view by allowing visible light into your vehicle while keeping heat out, so you can see clearly and safely. It blocks up to an amazing 99% of all ultraviolet (UV) light to provide you and your passengers a total Sun Protection Factor of 1000.
The 3M™ Automotive Window Film Crystalline Series doesn't contain metals in the film so it lets you stay connected with mobile devices, GPS or satellite radio reception without interference.
The 3M™ Automotive Window Film Crystalline Series features a proprietary, multilayer optical film nanotechnology that combines over 200 layers in a film that is thinner than a Post it® Note.
The whole process is quite simple and easy to do, just be sure to hire a professional to install this incredible window film. The professional installers at Emerald City Window Tinting will listen to your concerns and recommend a solution that suits your situation. Better yet, they will also professionally install the 3M™ Automotive Window Film you choose and stand behind their work.
It’s why more and more people are choosing to tint their car windows at Emerald City Window Tinting.
NOTE: Auto tint laws vary by state or province. Please review the legal limits of your state.