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About SUNTEK Window Films
Take Comfort & Protection To The Next Level
Automotive window tint isn’t just about keeping a low profile anymore. Window tint not only looks cool, it feels cool. It outperforms other types of films to keep you comfortable and protected. Backed by lifetime transferable warranty.
Our film options are metal dyed high performance series film and Evolve film by SunTek a global leader in window film technology.
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OUR WINDOW FILM OPTIONS
High Performance Series
Metal-Dyed Tint High Performance Series Time-tested construction with metal-dyed film layers for scratch-resistance plus reduction of heat and glare. Our products with 99% or greater UV protection (300-380nm), have been awarded the Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation.
Highest Performing Ceramic Tint
Our top tier ceramic tint offers extreme heat rejection by blocking higher levels of infrared rays for a cooler driving experience. Our products with 99% or greater UV protection (300-380nm), have been awarded the Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation.
Frequently asked Car Window Tinting questions.
Window Tint Drying Times
Freshly tinted windows go through a curing process. Curing is the time the tint will take to dry. After you have your windows tinted, it’s essential to wait a minimum of three to four days before you roll down your windows.
The amount of time it takes for window tinting to fade and eventually break down depends on the type and quality of window tint used and how it was installed. Poor-quality window film can show signs of color fading under constant and intense sunlight in as little as a few days or weeks, lasting only a few months. However, high-end carbon or ceramic window tint films often have a lifespan measuring more than 5-10 years. Hybrid tinting films with dye and metal deposits provide increased heat rejection with increased lifespan, so it is not unusual for high-quality professional window tinting to last approximately 10-20 years with the right amount of care. Dyed films without UV inhibitors in the polyester tend to fade faster than films with UV inhibitors.
Most films are backed by warranties ranging from three years to a limited lifetime and what they specifically cover varies among manufacturers. In many cases, these warranties will replace films that experience premature adhesion failure, cracking, crazing, delamination and other manufacturer defects. These warranties do not cover problems caused by the installer, so it pays to have a trusted and experienced professional perform window tinting.
3 – 4 days
Almost all the tinting professionals recommend that the car owners must wait at least 3 – 4 days after the tinting is installed before rolling the windows down. By waiting for 3 – 4 days, you can ensure that the tint is adhering to the glass properly.
When your tint is first installed there will be some noticeable bubbles in the tint that may linger for up to a week or ten days, dependent on outside temperature and the amount of direct sunlight. These bubbles may look like golf ball dimples or appear to be streaky.
The tint on your window does appear to get darker over the first few days or weeks after installation, but the key word here is “appear”. In actual fact, the tint remains the same shade. It’s the adhesive that changes. From there on out, your tint will ever so slowly get lighter as a result of sun bleaching.