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Which Car Window Tint is Best to Buy?

Installing window tint to a car makes it look more elegant and a bit sophisticated. Additionally, it helps in shading you as well as your passengers from the sun’s glare which lowers the internal temperature of the car. This cover protects the car’s leather and upholstery from cracking and fading due to summer heat.

But before buying window tint to your vehicle, it is integral to know first the 4 types of tint you can buy.

Dyed film – the first kind of tinting in this list is the dyed window film. This window tint is made by putting a layer of dye next to the adhesive and then, applying it to the glass. Up to 50 percent of light can be blocked from entering your car depending on the shade you choose. It significantly reduces fade from sun, blocks unwanted glare from headlights and is also non-reflective.

Ceramic film – this film is a new idea that composes of adhesive layer and the top coat with a thin layer of ceramic in middle section that lets it block up to 70 percent of light. Ceramic films don’t fade over time and can block UV rays and light glares. This is perfect for blocking heat and allows radio signals to pass through. On the other hand, due to the wonderful features it puts on the table, this film oftentimes come at a certain price.

Metalized film – these metalized window tints have different metalized layers that are blocking heat and UV light. This is among the darkest solutions you can buy on the market which makes it illegal to some states. On the other hand, you are capable of blocking around 60 to 90 percent of heat and light if this is permitted in the state where you live. It is reflective but quite effective in blocking glares.

Hybrid film – this has a bit of metal and dyed option for car window tint. This said version actually has 4 layers which includes the adhesive layer, metalized layer, dyed layer and top coat. This is known to reflect heat, blocks glare, reduce fading and of course, blocks 50 percent of light at the same time.

On the other hand, it is not as reflective as the fully metalized versions but it does not block cell phone or radio signals either.

As what we have learned, there are different kinds of car window tints that are available in the market today but in the end, it will all depend on your preferences which you will buy. In this case, you may want to take a quick pause to know which tint is best for you.

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