automotive window tint faq's | endless possibilities auto
Please explain the difference between window film percentages.
The percentages assigned to window film represent the amount of light that can be transmitted into a vehicle. Therefore, the lower the percentage than the darker the film will be. Continue reading below for further information regarding percentages and state regulations.
Bubbled window tint looks horrible. Will my tint bubble up on my car over time?
First off, let me start by stating that we too agree with you that window tint with bubbles looks horrible. Bubbling occurs due to poor quality materials as well as poor installation techniques. We use high quality tint film and we have years of experience installing "bubble-free" window tint on cars. We guarantee our work so there is never a need to worry about this with our company.
Is it legal to have tinted windows in Illinois?
This is a highly complicated question in which we will answer with yes, no, and it depends. While the laws regarding automotive window tint have softened over the past few years, it is important for our customers to understand there remain certain guidelines that must be followed IF you want to remain inside the boundaries of the law. You have the right to select the type of tint you desire for your vehicle, however we want you to understand that some selections may come with risk of fines or further penalties. Below you will find the standard guidelines for window tint in Illinois.
Window Tint Darkness for Sedans
*If you have further questions or concerns schedule a free consultation and we will be happy to help you make the best decision for your vehicle.
How do I clean and care for my newly tinted windows?
We recommend that you wait at least one week after installation before cleaning the inside of your windows. After the first week, feel free to use an ammonia free window cleaner along with a soft towel when cleaning your windows. Just be sure that you only apply soft materials to prevent any scrapes or scratches on your windows.