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What Is The Warranty Period For Your Window Films?
Tucson Tint Company offers a transferable lifetime warranty on all our window film. The warranty covers against cracking, peeling, bubbling, delamination, fading, and color change for the life of the film. We also cover our installation workmanship. The warranty is transferable and will continue with the car even in the event the ownership changes.
What Do The Different Shades Of Film Mean?
Film percentages stand for visual light transmission (VLT), or the amount of light that is allowed through the film. The lower the percentage, the darker the film. With modern advances in window film, you can have great heat rejection with lighter films, no need to have dark window tint to receive the heat rejection benefits.
I Just Had My Windows Tinted, Why Do They Look Hazy?
The moisture that remains between the film and the glass after installation can cause a hazy, streaky, blotchy appearance. It takes several days for the film to completely cure. The remaining moisture will evaporate through the film; depending on the type of film, this process may take a couple of days, or even a couple of months (depending on your climate). When the water evaporates completely, your windows should have excellent clarity.
What Should I Use To Clean My Windows After I Have Had Them Tinted?
After window film installation, wait a week before cleaning the inside of the window where the film was installed. After a week, use XPEL Anti-Static Window Film Cleaner with a soft microfiber cloth. Never scrape the film with any type of blade or clean your tinted windows with anything abrasive, as it will scratch the film.
Do I Need To Wait To Roll My Windows Down?
We recommend that you leave your vehicle windows rolled up for at least 72 hours after window film has been installed. This allows the film to cure and adhere to the glass before the window is moved.