When you decide to get automotive window tinting, you may have certain options in mind. For example, you may want to have the highest visibility possible with as much UV protection as possible. With that in mind, your tinting contractor may suggest a form of window tinting called a ceramic tint. If you do not know much about this type of tint or you are unfamiliar with it, here are some of the benefits to consider.
Fading is an issue that some standard quality window tinting has. Exposure to the UV rays constantly can cause the tinting to fade. It can also cause spot fading. For example, if your driver's side window is facing the sun for a large portion of the day, then it will fade quicker in that area than others. With a ceramic tint, the fading is reduced and the chances of fading are also reduced greatly. This means the level of tint will last longer than traditional or standard tinting film or tinting jobs.
Glare is an issue that may not affect you but will affect the other drivers on the road. The glare can be blinding to oncoming cars. It can also be blinding in parking lots and even in your driveway. The glare can sometimes affect your driving or issues with seeing during specific times of the day. With a ceramic window tint, you will have a reduced chance of glare for yourself and other drivers encountering your car on the roadway. This reduced glare is regardless of the level of tint or darkness you choose to receive.
Some people experience a shattering effect with their window tinting. This type of shattering effect is similar to what you would see with a phone protective screen or case. You may see a small crack that grows over time. You may also see the shattering take effect and spider out along the tinting almost immediately. This can cause severe issues with the rest of the tint. These issues can include bubbling, reduced UV protection, and increased visibility issues.
If you think that a ceramic tint would be ideal for your automotive, discuss the option further with an automotive window tinting contractor. They can discuss your options if there are any issues you should know, and the maintenance required for the ceramic tint. They can also discuss pricing and other questions you will have about the tinting job.Share