Car Tinting Seattle
Today’s auto films can provide up to 78% heat reduction versus untreated automotive glass. A cooler interior provides more comfort and can significantly reduce air conditioning usage thus extending the life of AC systems and improving gas mileage.
Auto film blocks up to 99%* of UV rays while also significantly reducing heat. […]
Window Film and Sun Safety
Finally, some sun in Seattle! It’s going to be a sunny weekend here in the Emerald City, make sure your being smart while enjoying the sunshine. That’s right, its time to think about window tinting. Protect yourself from harmful UV rays and minimize the effects of the sun using 3M Automotive […]
It’s warming up in the emerald city. Did you know that roughly one third of an average building’s cooling load is due to solar heat gain through windows?
Window films can actually reduce up to 78% of the sun’s heat without compromising your view outside unlike shutters or blinds. Also, your home will feel more comfortable and your […]
Can you have car window tinting applied to your windows in wet or cold weather? Yes!
Some people assume that they have to wait to have their car or home windows tinted. Well, with the modern adhesive systems found on today’s window tinting products, it is possible to have your car windows tinted even in […]
We know what you’re thinking. “Do I really need to have a shop tint my car for me? Maybe I can do it myself. How hard can it be?” It may be tempting to buy a DIY tint kit online, but window tinting requires precise measurements, specific tools, and in some states, a permit for […]
First, leave it alone for awhile. When tint is applied to a car window, it needs time to cure. You should be careful not to touch the window tint for the first 5 days and do not clean it for the first month. Curing time will vary depending on your climate and weather, but the average time […]
This latest blog entry is just a reminder of the health benefits of having your windows tinted. You might have actually seen this strange story on the news. Half of a truck driver’s face was prematurely aged due to sun damage or “unilateral dermatoheliosis” — severe damage from ultraviolet rays on one side of his face.
The unnamed man, who […]
Ultraviolet rays (UVR) are dangerous. Not only can they cause skin cancer and visible signs of aging, they’re also very good at finding you. They can bounce off water, off sand, and they can penetrate glass. Which means that even if you’re inside your car or house, if you’re sitting next to a window with […]
Window tinting has had proven benefits when applied. It can block UV rays and offers its passengers some protection. However, when applying window tinting to your vehicle, it is important to consider the legal aspect of the tinting. The laws regarding window tints vary from state to state, and there are specific laws with regards […]
Your new window film will take two to three weeks to fully dry, sometimes a lot longer depending on film brand, type, and weather conditions. Until this time your tinted windows may appear hazy or lumpy, and it may seem to have water bubbles. This is normal. On your vehicle do not roll your tinted […]