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5 tips to choose the right car window tint

Jan 3

Window tinting is an excellent way to boost the style of your vehicle while with a limited budget. It's not necessary for major changes to get a unique appearance. Simple modifications can make a difference when it comes to giving your car a fresh appearance.


The tint for your car in San Diego is a thin film that is attached to the exterior or the interior of a glass surface, such as windows in your truck, car, or vintage vehicle. Your windshield as well as your front side windows and wings, the rear side windows, wings as well as your rear windows can all be tinted. Based on the style you prefer, you can choose all possible options or just the side windows. It's your choice!


Window tinting may be divided into five categories:


With just a few steps tinting your windows can make your car go from dull to sleek and brimming with personality. If you choose the DIY option, tints are not only easy to put in and remove, but also cost-effective and attractive to enhance the look of your windows, and also protect the interior of your vehicle. You can select from a variety of tints to match your preferences.


  • Window Tint that has been dyed


Colored tint films are used primarily for aesthetic purposes and are not intended for use. A tint that is dyed with a dark black hue that appears transparent from the outside will give your car the darkest appearance.


A window tint dyed with dye has a layer of dye between the adhesive layer and protective topcoat. The topcoat guards your windows against scratches, while the sticky side adheres to the glass. The color will fade as a result of UV exposure. It may change from black to purple. The best method to stop the process of fade is to put your vehicle in a garage away from direct sunlight.


  • Tint for windows with metalized


It's not unusual to see a metallic window tint. Metallic particles are embedded into the film, creating a thicker and more durable film. The film is composed of an adhesive layer that sticks to the window of your car, together with a UV-treated metallic layer that radiates heat into the glass. The final coating protects against scratches and nicks.


Multiple layers of metalized tint films reflect the heat of the sun. They also shield your interior and keep them out of your car. The metal parts within the layers reinforce the glass which makes it more durable and shatterproof and also gives it a shiny exterior appeal.


  • Window Tint (Hybrid).


The hybrid film blends colors that are dyed and metallic, giving you the best of both worlds while getting rid of the disadvantages -- a win-win situation! The adhesive layer that bonds to the glass is the main element of the window tint. A metalized and colored layer, as well as a protective topcoat that helps keep scrapes out, are added to the film.


It's a popular misconception that the darker the film is, the more heat it can withstand. Hybrid films differ. They block heat efficiently while appearing lighter than a single layer of colored tint. The hybrid film gives the advantages of a dyed or metalized film but without the drawbacks.


  • Carbon window tint


Carbon window tints have a matte, dark appearance and a sleek look. Infrared light is impeded from entering inside your vehicle by hundreds of microlayers composed of carbon and polymer. Carbon tints are a great way to reduce the damaging effects of UV rays on the leather seats as well as other upholstery materials.


Tint safeguards your upholstery and blocks infrared radiation from entering your interior. Carbon layers help keep the interior cool. In summer, you won't have to turn on the air conditioner as much as in winter. In winter, you won't be required to heat your home enough.


Because it doesn't contain any metal, the film won't interfere with your vehicle's technology. Carbon window tints, unlike colored films, do not fade with time, which makes the films more durable and durable.


  • Ceramic Tint for Windows


Ceramic film is the top-quality tint you can get for your car. It's superior to the four other choices. However, it's the most expensive.


It is composed of ceramic particles that are nonconductive and nonmetallic in place of metal, dye or carbon. These particles reflect sunlight and ultraviolet light, which limits their entry into vehicles. They provide optimal visibility while reflecting and absorbing high volumes of light. Ceramic hues are shatter-resistant as well as resistant to glare, and fading.

AMB Auto Glass and Window Tint

5841 Mission Gorge Rd A, San Diego, CA 92120, United States

(619) 514-3537