Q: Can the window tint be scratched?
A: There is a scratch resistant coating on the film. However, the film can be scratched or punctured with keys, watches, rings, safety belt buckles, etc. Scratches caused by user neglect are not covered by warranty. Take care when unbuckling your seat belt.
Q: Can you have window tinting applied to your windows in wet or cold weather?
A: Yes! With the modern adhesive systems found on today's window tiniting products, it is possible to have your car windows tinted even in freezing weather. However, the curing time may be extended in adverse conditions. Professional installers take the weather into consideration during installation, allowing more time to apply heat to the edges of the tint to activate the drying process.
Q: How will window-tinting affect my defroster performance?
A: Window tinting actually helps to insulate the window and helps the defroster clear the glass of frost and fog quicker.
Q: After the window is tinted, I see little tiny bubbles scattered on the glass. Will they go away?
A: Yes, Unfortunately most tint shops are not work areas that are vacuumed-sealed, so one will have tiny air particles caught onto the film. However, as the fim cures usually after a hot summer, it will tighten up around these spots and they will become smaller and less noticeable (if noticeable at all).