Window tinting can preserve the look of your vehicle. Your car is vulnerable to the potentially damaging sun heat on the road or in the parking area. The sun’s UV radiation can result in all kinds of ugly damage.
Faded interior. Your car gets a lot of direct sun exposure, allowing the unrelenting stream of light to get inside. Over time, the sun's UV radiation can cause fading of upholstery or premature aging of leather. The dashboard and other interior parts are also prone to fading. Window shades, seat covers and leather conditioners can provide interior fixture protection.
Stuck-on dirt. The effect of solar heat on the dash can do more than fade the color. The sun can bake the dust and dirt buildup on the dash, causing a sticky film that can be hard to remove. Regularly clean the interior surfaces with an appropriate cleaner to keep them free of dirt.
Aging and discolouration of paint. Too much sun exposure can oxidize your car’s paint, thus causing paint discoloration and aging. Some elements can degrade the paint, like dirt, bird droppings, and other substances stuck to the paint surface may become hard to remove stains as the sun beats down on them. Regular washing to remove dirt and waxing helps preserve the paint and maintain a like-new appearance.
In addition to regular care, you can shield your ride from the damaging effect of solar heat by installing window tinting for cars. It can block up to 99.9% of damaging UV rays from reaching the interior.
Protect the car paint from damaging elements with protection films seal. It can reduce the potential for chipping, cracking and staining. Of course, try to park your car in the shade. If you do not have a garage, consider investing in a car port for your driveway.