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Advantages of window tint
Look & Style
Window tint adds a clean, “finished” look while cutting down on glare from sunlight.
Window tint can make a car up to 60% cooler in the summertime, cutting down on your car being extremely hot when you enter it.
In addition to increasing your comfort, window tint reduces glare from sunlight, cutting down on eye strain.
Window film blocks 99% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays from entering your vehicle. This protects your skin and eyes from damage as well as your vehicle’s interior.
Window tint installed on a vehicle, window tint makes it more difficult to see valuables in the car, or who is driving the vehicle.
Tint also helps to hold glass together in the event of window breakage, whether from an accident or an attempted break-in.
Window tint affords a clear view to the outside. Depending on the privacy desired, you can increase privacy by selecting tint that prevents others from looking in during the daytime.
Adding auto window tinting can make a car up to 60% cooler during the summertime than vehicles without window tinting, helping to increase the car’s gas mileage.
Advantages of A Vinyl Wrap
Overall, car wrapping is a good investment made to last. A car wrap can last a very long time when properly taken care of. Done right (read as: professionally installed) and diligently maintained, a car wrap job can last up to 7 years. Typically, customers start to notice a difference in quality near the 4 to 5-year mark; the color, shine, and feel start to show age. However, these are minor and natural, as opposed to the marks of shoddy workmanship, like bubbles, creases, and premature lifting of the wrap because of dirt.
Colors, patterns, look, even placement: it’s all customizable. There are wrap materials offering color-shifting schemes designed to change with the light. Vinyl wraps can also mimic other materials like stainless steel, carbon fiber, and leather, not to mention the vast array of finishes like satin, gloss, semi-gloss or matte. There’s also the option to create a personal design digitally. Car wrapping has so many options it’ll make anyone’s head spin off their shoulders. Really, when it comes to car wrapping, the creative possibilities are virtually endless.
Protection For Paint
There’s no need to fear damage to the factory paint when you choose a vinyl wrap. If a car has a high-quality or factory paint job, car wrapping can only do two things for it: cover it and protect it. In fact, the vinyl will act as a barrier between the paint and weather exposure, rocks and other debris, and the normal wear of time. If done the right way, the vinyl won’t even leave a sticky residue when removed.