Window tints are available in different materials. If you want to window tint your car, you can choose from the following options but may depend on what your tinting needs.
Metallic window tint film
Metallic window film is composed of several layers and can block 60 to 90 per cent of light. The adhesive reinforces the glass window, followed by a UV ray control layer, then the metalized layer that deflects heat while displaying a darker tone. However, this type of tinting can interfere with radio technology.
Dyed window privacy tint film
Many choose this type of window film for good reasons. Its sun control feature can block about 5 to 50 per cent of UV rays that can reduce heat in the car interior. The film also functions as a protective tint as the coat protects the window from scratches. Lastly, it displays the non-reflective and darkest tint.
Ceramic window tint film
This tint block about 30 to 50 per cent of the light and can effectively block light glare and UV rays. It is also not as reflective as metalized tint and will not interfere with radio signals, but it can cost much. This film does not easily fade.
Hybrid window tint film
Like the other types of window film, it blocks heat, UV rays and glare. It is a long-lasting choice if you look for an alternative to dyed and metalized. It does not interfere with radio signals. Its window tint price is lower than the metalized type but is more expensive than dyed film.
Choose what type of tint you want for your vehicle before deciding to get your tinted. It is also worth noting that every state has their tinting regulations, so you should know the existing tint regulation in your area.