Got a question?
Have a question?
Here are a few of our Frequently Asked Questions
Window tint percentages?
VLT (Visual Light Transmission) determines the darkness of the window tint. VLT percentage is the amount of light that is allowed to pass through.
So, with a 20% window tint, the film allows 20% of light to pass through while blocking the remaining 80%.
What is the legal tint limit?
The legal tint limit in AL is 32%.
The legal tint limit in GA is 32%.
The legal tint limit in FL is 28%.
How long do you have to wait after tinting to roll the windows down?
It takes about 10-15 days for all liquids and glues to completely dry, but customers should wait at least 3 days in the summer and 5 days in winter.
What should I use to clean my windows?
Avoid chemical products like Windex to clean to clean your windows. Instead, try using just a clean wet cloth.
How long does it take to tint a car?
Each car is different. The time to tint a car is dependent on a number of factors, including the installer, type of car and the weather.
The general wait time for a “normal” difficulty tint job is approximately 2-3 hours.
Will my tint ever bubble, peel, or turn purple?
No. Our professional installers provide expert installation that will reduce any chance of bubbling, peeling, or turning purple. Each of our films is protected with a LIFETIME warranty and will be replaced at no charge at all if an unlikely event like that were to happen.
Does the darkness level (VLT) you choose affect the price?
Does tint get darker after a few days?
No. The tint does not get darker after the initial install. As the water dries and the film completely adheres, the “haze” goes away, possibly giving the perception of a darker look.
Can i go to the car wash after i get my windows tinted?
Yes! Window tint is applied to the inside of the window, not the exterior. A simple wash to the OUTSIDE can be applied immediately after tinting as long as there is a secure seal around each window.