How Is It Done?
A purpose made window tint film is fitted to the inside of the pane of glass. Each pane of glass has a film individually cut to size, shrunk to take out any excess material (due to the curve of the glass), and is fitted on the interior face of the pane of glass using a water based fitting solution The solution is then pushed out with specialist fitting tools.
How Long Does It Take?
Each model of vehicle has a different number of panes of glass, and level of complexity to cut, shrink and fit the film. Most small 3 door cars can be completed in 1/2 day, whereas a larger 4x4 or MPVs could take up to 1 full day.
Can I Tint The Front Door Windows?
To comply with current legislation, we are only able to fit an ultra-light tint (70%) to the front door windows to keep you and ourselves legal. Both you as the driver of the vehicle and us as the supplier/fitter of the tint could be fined and/or prosecuted if found with non compliant front windows. Your insurance could also be rendered void - so we won't anything darker!
Can The Film Be Removed Or Replaced?
Yes, however the film is designed not to come off easily and uses high quality adhesives to ensure a strong bond to the glass. It is best removed by a professional with the correct equipment and technique so as not to leave adhesive residue behind, or damage any heating elements on rear windows.