Q&A

Common questions and answers.
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Can I open my car windows after tinting?

We recommend that you allow 48 hours before opening windows. This is to allow the film to dry and gives the adhesive time to cure.

How long will it take to tint my car?

The time to tint a car varies on the size and model of the vehicle. Generally a sedan such as a Holden Commodore would take roughly 1 to 1.5 hours to complete.

How dark can I have my car windows tinted?

The darkest legal limit in Victoria permitted for window tinting is a 35% visible light transmitting film. A darker film is permitted on the rear section of a van and the rear screen only on a Ute.

I just had my windows tinted, why do they look hazy?

It takes several days for the film to completely adhere to the window. There still may be water under the film even three days after tinting. This causes a hazy look until the water completely evaporates. When the water evaporates, your windows should look completely clear with excellent clarity.

What if I already have old film on my vehicle I need removed before getting it tinted?

It is always best to have a professional remove your old film before getting your car re-tinted.

Is the tint applied on the outside of the windows?

No, the tint is hand cut on the outside of the glass, and then placed on the interior of the glass.

How do I clean my windows after they are tinted ?

We recommend a non-ammonia cleaner and a soft cloth, such as a terry cloth.  A few drops of regular dishwashing soap, in a regualr spray bottle works best.

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