Frequently ask questions
Q: How is window tinting installed?
A: Window tint film is fitted to the inside of the window glass where each glass has a film separately cut to size, shrunk to take out any excess material occurred due to the curve of the glass, and then it is fitted on the internal side of the window glass using a water-based fitting solution which can be used to push out with specialist fitting tools.
Q: How long does it usually takes to window tint the windows?
A: The time frame of each window glass depends on the level of complexity to cut, shrink and fit the film, just like most small doors can be completed in half day, whereas a larger one can take up to a full day each.
Q: Can the window film be damaged?
A: Window film can be made with material that is durable, but it will get scratched more easily than glass, so care should be taken to clean the film with no heavy materials or chemicals should be used.
Q: Does the film peel off or bubble up?
A: We only use the best quality, purpose-made window tinting films that come with a warranty, so there is no chance of bubbles peeling or fading of the film.
Q: Can I remove or replace the film?
A: Yes, you can remove or replace it, but keep in mind that the film is designed not to come off easily and uses high-quality materials to ensure a strong bond to the glass. It can be removed by an experienced person with the correct equipment and technique used so as not to leave or damage any elements on the windows.
Q: Can I choose the shade of the film before I book my appointment?
A: Yes, you can. We have usually got a range of different window tinting films to help you select the right shade for you & your windows.
Q: When can I open my window once I’ve had them tinted?
A: The window film takes approximately 48 hours to dry, so we recommend you to not open your windows for 48 hours.
Q: How to clean my windows?
A: You can clean your windows with any window cleaner if it’s not ammonia based, with a non-abrasive cloth, and you can use a specialized window cleaner with a microfiber cloth to tap dry or clean it.
Q: Can people see through tinted windows?
A: No, all our window tint ranges are in dark shades, so if you select the darkest type that will stop people from being able to view inside.
Q: Do your tints reduce the heat coming through the window?
A: Yes, somehow. The solar control properties set up in automotive window films can greatly reduce the level of heat gain inside a car or window.
Q: Is the window film scratchable?
A: The tints used for windows come up with a scratch-resistant strong coat for long-lasting durability & protection, even if you attempt to scratch the film with a sharp metal object, this may cause a scratch just as it would on glass or any other item.
Q: Should I clean my windows before I bring them to get tinted?
A: No, leave that job to us, but it does help if your window is clean rather than really grubby.
Q: How much does it cost to tint windows all around?
A: It’s depends on your vehicle and what type of window film you would like us to install. For maximum safety and security and works out more cost-effective than other forms of security.
Q: How would I know what type of window film will I need?
A: On our website, you can view a wide range of different designs and patterns that you can buy online for installation. We also give you the appearance of glass at a fraction of the cost.
Q: Is your window film work guaranteed?
A: Yes, all work and window tinting services come with a guarantee.
Q: What type of payment method do you accept, and how?
A: We accept all major payment methods, including credit and debit cards. However, cash is also accepted.
Q: How can we ensure the quality of the service we get?
A: Quality is our first priority because we use the best materials and unique designs for our window tinting company. Moreover, the effectiveness of the products depends on care and handling.