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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We recommend that you leave your vehicle windows rolled up for at least 48 hours after the window film installation.
Front Windshield: Must allow more than 70% of light in (non-reflective tint with any darkness can be used on top 6 inches).
Front seat side windows: up to 70% tint darkness allowed
Back seat side windows: Any tint darkness can be used if using dual exterior rear view mirrors.
Rear window: Any tint darkness can be used if using dual exterior rear view mirrors.
To clean your windows it is best to use a soft micro-fiber cloth with mild soap mixed with water or a glass cleaner that does not contain ammonia.
The preference of shade does not affect the price.
The amount of time it would take to tint your vehicle depends on the vehicle type. A complete car can take anywhere from an hour to three hours. If you are interested in only tinting the two front doors, thirty to forty minutes is usually satisfactory. These time estimates are for ideal situations; as with anything, things may happen that can extend window film installation time. Please keep this in mind when making your appointment.
The short answer is on the inside. At times, depending on the curvature of the glass, the film may be laid on the outside of the window to shrink the film with a heat gun. This is done to precisely fit the film to your window before it is installed as usual on the inside.