Welcome to our car wrapping and vehicle detailing frequently asked questions page where we'll give you the answers for the most common questions that you may have about car window tinting, wrapping or vehicle detailing.
How Window Tinting is done?
Automotive window tint is a sheet of strong polyester film in variety of shades, applied to the inside of your vehicle window to improve the look and performance. One side has a scratch resistant coating and the other has an adhesive that bonds to the glass.
Do you remove door cards or inner door panels?
No, we do not remove any door cards or panels which is our company policy! Our trained tinters are able to fully install the film without removing any panels.
Can I use my windows straight away?
You can drive your car straight after but we recommend that you leave your vehicle windows rolled up for ao 72 hours, water used to install the film often sits below the tint before drying. Also, moisture that remains between the film and the glass after installation can cause wet, hazing, lumpy appearance for 7-14 days before evaporates completely.
Does Window Tint scratch easily?
No, it does not. Window tint is designed to be used on a daily basis and is constructed with scratch resistance protection that will resist scratching due to dust and dirt build up. Yes, Window Tint can scratch and chip from seat belts, keys, boxes or just about anything with a sharp edge that rubs on the tint.
Is it legal to Tint all windows?
UK Law states that there are no restrictions for tinting rear side windows or the rear windscreen. Front side windows and the front windscreen are subject to restrictions. Front side windows must let at least 70% of light through & front windscreens must let at least 75% of light through (70% on cars first used before 1st April 1985).
Is the vehicle wrap easy to remove?
Yes. The vehicle wrapping film we use is applied with high quality adhesives and can be easily removed within 5 years of the wrap being installed.