What is the darkest tint I can have on my car windows?
By law the darkest legal window tint you can have on a passenger vehicle in NSW is 35% VLT which is measured with the film and factory glass together.
Commercial vehicles are permitted to have the windows from the rear doors back darker than 35% for privacy.
We offer a range of films in this grade ranging from standard to premium non-metallic colour stable films to colour stable infrared protection films and premium ceramic films.
How long will it take to tint my car?
On average it usually takes about 2-2.5 hours to tint a standard size car.
If there is existing window tint on there that needs to be removed then it can take up to a couple hours more.
How long does window tint take to dry?
Once the film is applied it is recommended that the wind up windows are not used for a minimum of 48 hours to allow the edges to dry up and tack to the glass properly. Realistically it can take up to 3 weeks for all the moisture to evaporate out of the film.
Will the window tint turn purple and go bubbly?
The vehicles that you see going around with purple tint is due to the film being of low quality. These are known as basic dyed films. When the dye dries out it causes it to fade and delaminate which creates all them unsightly bubbles.
All our films are of high quality and are warranted against fading, bubbling, delaminating and cracking for the life of the vehicle.
What is the best way to clean my windows?
It is important to use an ammonia free glass cleaner for your windows if you have window tint applied. Ammonia based cleaners can dry out the film and eat away at it. For a streak free clean, use a low lint cloth or microfiber towel.
Do you offer mobile tinting services?
No, all work is carried out at our workshop. The main reason for this is that carrying detailed work such as tinting requires a controlled environment to reduce the chances of dust getting caught in the film. Good lighting is also a must to allow us to check our work thoroughly.
Do you offer tint removal services?
Yes we do, please note that during the removal of the window film we will follow all necessary procedures to remove the film in the safest way possible however there is a possibility that rear demisters can fail and attach to the film. This is due to weak demisters from factory or the demisters deteriorating due to age and exposure. In the event of the demisters are damaged during removal of the film we will not be held liable for this and is at the owners’ own risk if they wish to have this procedure carried out.