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Is infrared rejection the same as heat rejection?

The sun’s infrared radiation is invisible to the human eye, but we can still feel it as heat. The good news is, several window films on the market claim an infrared rejection of well over 90%. So if infrared radiation is solar energy we feel
Tint Shades

Guide to different tint shades.

Window tint comes in a range of shades, from clear right down to completely blacked out. We’re bound by the legal limits of tinting as to how dark your window tint can be, but within the limits there is still a large range of choices. Fortunately,
Tint Terminology

How to compare different window tint films.

Trying to compare window film features such as heat rejection, UV protection and quality can quickly get confusing. What’s more, different brands often focus on different features which can make it hard to really know how well one film compares to another. In this guide,
Dark tinted car

What’s the ‘Darkest Legal’ tint?

A “Darkest Legal” tint is one of the most popular tinting choices drivers make. Dark windows make a great improvement to the look of your car, whilst maximising driver and passenger privacy and reducing glare.  What exactly does “darkest legal” mean though? Is there one