Just like most of your choices, the type of window tint for your car is also a personal decision. You will know if you have chosen the right one after you have considered your needs and preferences.
So how do you choose the right window tint for your vehicle? First, you need to know that there are different types of tints available for consumers. These films come in different features so that you can decide which one is perfect for your vehicle.
Types of Window Tint
Dyed. This film has a layer of dye placed between the adhesive and the outer protective polyester. It is not that expensive and can provide the darkest legal tint New Chum, can reduce glare, and non-reflective. There are some negative sides to dyed window tints though such as the colour can fade over time, it is not that effective in completely blocking out heat, the layers can separate over time, and it is prone to air bubbles especially when it is applied incorrectly.
Metallic. This type of film has a chemically-treated inner layer to block out UV light and also has a metallic layer on the other side to darken the film and reflect heat radiation. It is very durable and can last long, does not fade over time, effectively blocks out UV rays and glare, but it is more expensive than dye.
Hybrid. Hybrid is a combination of metallic and dyed film. It is made of dyed, adhesive, metalized layers, and a protective top coat. It has all the advantages of metallic and more since it is not as reflective as the metalized layer and does not interfere with mobile and radio signals. It is more affordable than the metallic film and fading does not often occur.