FAQ:

1. Why get your vehicle tinted?

The Australian weather can be a harsh environment for your and your family, so the best protection becomes a necessity in order to prevent the UV rays, IR heat and glare from affecting your health and comfort. This protection is achieved by tinting your windows with the highest quality of the film range we offer.

2. Why tint your home or office?

In order to make your place more comfortable and to protect and preserve the interior from the harsh UV rays and heat entering through the windows. This can be a achieved by selecting an option from our range of films.

3. How long will it take to get my car tinted?

Depending on the vehicle and the window configuration, the time will be determined. Usually it will taking 1.5 hours at the most. This can also vary depending on the number of staff who are working at the time of the booking.

4. Do I have to make a booking prior to getting my car tinted?

Bookings helps us stay organised, as well as offer you a piece-of-mind so that you will be served at your preferred time. We do offer a Drive-In & Drive-Out service for those who run short of time depending on the availability.

5. Can i view samples of the film darkness on my windows prior to installation?

Yes. We can show you some samples of your most preferred films by installing them on a window to give you an idea of the final result.

6. Are door trims/ panels ever removed prior to tinting the vehicle?

Depending on the vehicle, we may have to remove the door trims / rubber sills in order to achieve the best possible finish on the job. This will not affect the door trims or any functional aspects of the vehicle.

7. Can the sunroof be tinted?

Yes. It can be tinted using a special window film which reduces the heat and UV entering the vehicle. However, there is a potential risk of thermal cracking of the glass which very unlikely but can happen, hence we do not take any responsibility for this occurring.

8. Do you offer mobile services?

No, we are strictly shop based purely in order to work in a controlled environment so that we can offer the best possible quality and finish.

9. My vehicle has darker glass on the rear section. Can this be tinted as well?

Yes. You can have a UV clear film or even make it slightly darker depending on the darkness of the privacy glass.

10. What is covered by the Lifetime warranty on the window films used?

Peeling, cracking, fading, bubbling.

11. What isn’t covered by the Lifetime warranty on the window films used?

  • Scratches, scrapes and chips to the window film
  • Window film that has been altered, removed or over-coated with a different product.
  • Window Film that is subjected of abuse or improper care including picking of the film edges, cleaning with abrasive materials or products, and the application of adhesive tapes, suction caps or pressure sensitive stickers.
  • Window film that has been damaged due to a cracked, otherwise damaged window or damaged as a result of a vehicle manufacturing fault
  • Damage to the window film caused as a result of the windows being wound down in the first 48 hours.

12. What is paint correction?
The removal of swirls and light scratches within the paintwork prior to the paint protection application.

13. What makes the Ceramic paint protection used by us worth purchasing?

It significantly reduces the potential risk of the paint being damaged by UV rays, bird dropping etchings, environmental contaminants. It makes the paint extremely hydrophobic allowing it to repel water and dirt, making maintenance a breeze.

14. How can i maintain the Ceramic paint protection after it has been applied?

By using a pH neutral washing solution and hand washing the vehicle on a regular basis.

15. What are general Precautions to take after the tinting process has been completed.

Ignoring any moisture bubbles which appear throughout the film as they will dry out. Do not try to push them out using a card as you can risk damaging the window film. These can take up to 2 weeks to dry out depending on the weather conditions.