What’s the difference between tinted and stained glass?
Stained glass from the factory only darkens the windows but provides no UV protection as apposed to every one of our tint shades that block 99% of the suns harmful UV rays
Will my tint start to bubble and peel after time?
We only use the highest quality film on your windows backed by a lifetime warranty against peeling or bubbling
What shades of tint are legal in Arizona?
You may only go as dark as 30% on the front passenger and driver side door glass. Every other window you can go as dark as 5%
What do the different percentages of tint mean?
Film percentages stand for light transmission, or the amount of light that is allowed through the film. The lower the percentage, the darker the film.
How long do I have to wait to roll down my windows?
We recommend waiting 3-5 days to roll down a newly tinted window to give the film time to adhere properly
What Is a Brow?
A brow is a strip of tint installed across the top portion of your windshield to block the suns glare
If my car is older than 7 years will there be debris?
We can not guarantee a completely clean tint on older cars because the build up of dirt and debris in the window gaskets. Sometimes this dirt and debris is not able to be completely removed
If my car is older than 7 years will there be light gaps?
On older cars some windows lack gaskets or “frit” (a line of black around the outside of a piece of glass) on these windows there may be slight light gaps