While there are DIY car window tint kits available for consumers, most car owners still favour having a window tinting specialist to do their cars for them. That's because they are experienced with the job and understands the tinting laws regarding the darkest legal tint Moores Pocket for vehicles. States and counties in Australia are not equal regarding car window tinting, so if you are thinking of a DIY window tinting, better know all about window tinting.
Why you should care? There things you need to consider about car window tinting.
Aftermarket tint. Aftermarket window tinting is what most car lovers give their car as they provide a lot of benefits to protect you and your car interior from the sun’s harmful UV rays. One common problem for those who wish to do this process themselves instead of just giving the task to a professional is that if they are not extra careful, it is more likely that they will create bubbles in the surface or just ruin the film altogether which they may have to call an installer in the end.
Factory tint. Unlike the after-market window tinting, factory tint becomes a standard for almost any new car. They refer to this as a privacy glass and considered an extra-cost option. To stick to the law, these privacy glass has a VLT or Visible Light Transmission of between 15%to 26%.
Most cities in Australia also allow 35%, 20% or 15% on the front windows and rear windows while they do not allow tint to be applied to the windscreen. They do allow 10% visor strip of any colour on the windscreen though. If you are not familiar with the tinting laws and also not familiar with the proper installation of window films better just have a professional do it for you.