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We have all seen vehicles with tinted windows but may have never put much thoughtinto how vehicles benefit from tinting beyond aesthetical appeal and privacy. Today’s window tints are extremely proficient at filtering out harmful ultra-violet radiation. This protects drivers from skin cancer and prevents the sunlight from fading the interior.
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In addition, window tint is the perfect solution to reduce your dependence on air conditioning. The tint blocks out the heat of the sun’s rays and ensures that your vehicle is a comfortable temperature when you enter it. Furthermore, the heat can bake the interior of the vehicle and release toxic byproducts leftover from the manufacturing process
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Our Plano Texas Car Window Tinting Service is the solution that you’ve been looking for if you are sick of feeling like you are walking into an oven when you enter your vehicle. It only takes a few minutes for a car with closed windows to turn into a virtual fire pit in the hot Texas sun. Any time that you run into the store or park your vehicle, you have to deal with that period of discomfort before your A/C cranks on.
There is a very common misconception about what the percentage means when speaking of window tint. Many think that the percentage (ex. 20%) stands for the amount of shade that they will be getting once the tint is applied to their vehicle.
This is incorrect. Tint shades represent the Visible Light Transmittance of the film. To put it simply, 5% tint does not have 5% shade, instead it only ALLOWS 5% of light to pass through.
This can be confusing, but it is important to note the difference in a state like Texas where only 25% Shade is allowed on the Two front door Windows.
Typically, 5% Tint is ONLY allowed on the back portion of the vehicle. This means the Two Back door windows, and the Rear Glass.
Having 5% on the Back portion of the vehicle is only recommended if you have previous experience driving with Dark Window Films due to the difficulty seeing out during the night time.