FAQs

Does Tint go on the outside or inside?

No, it gets installed on the inside of the glass. Tint gets cut, shrunk, sized, and adjusted on the outside of the glass.

How to clean tinted windows:

Use a clean micro-fiber rag and a glass cleaner that does NOT have any alcohol or ammonia.

Can I use Windex on my tint?

Yes, as long as the bottle says "Ammonia Free" or "Vinegar". Vinegar based solutions are safe for tint.

How long does it take for tint to cure/dry?

In sunny days and warm climates, it take an average of 3-5 days. On colder and cloudy days, it can between 5-10 days.

Does the rain affect tint?

Yes. It only delays the drying process but it will not damage the tint because the tint is on the inside of the glass.

How long should I leave my windows up?

On sunny days and warm climates, 3-5 days. On colder and cloudy days, between 5-10 days.

How do I know if my tint has cured/dried?

Until you see all the "water-beads" disappear. 

What is Ceramic Tint?

Ceramic Tint is the most advanced and highest heat rejection tint in the market for cars today.

What is the difference the between Ceramic Tint and Regular Tint?

Ceramic tint has an I.R Coating on the tint that targets infra-red light—the light that carries the most amount of heat. It gives Ceramic Tint the ability to FILTER heat from the light making it extremely effective for sun protection at any shade—even when it's a clear ceramic tint.

Is windshield tint legal?

Texas State Law permits drivers to have a clear "un-tinted" film on your glass. Here's the link to the Texas DOT website on this law: https://www.dps.texas.gov/rsd/vi/consumerinfo/windowTint.htm