Tag: Window Tinting

In short, yes. Double-pane windows, insulated glass (IG), otherwise known as dual-pane glass, can have window film applied in both commercial and residential installations. A double-pane glass structure requires an inspection before applying window film. What is the cost of applying window film to a double-pane window? Costs vary, but they are generally more expensive […]
You can use Windex┬« Ammonia-Free Glass Cleaner on your car's tinted windows, mirrors, glass, chrome, stainless steel, plastic, and vinyl surfaces. For a streak-free shine, clean car windows when the surface is cool and out of direct sunlight whenever possible. How do I know if Windex┬« Ammonia-Free Glass Cleaner is the right product for my […]
50 percentThe darkest legal Ohio window tint law is 50 percent VLT for the front side windows. Many other states have tint laws that prohibit windows that do not meet 50 percent VLT, mainly for the windshield and the side windows. However, many do allow a free range for backside and rear windows. The 50 […]
A 35% tint will give you more darkness, but it's still easy to see through. Drivers like this tint because of it's stylish and sleek aesthetic. If privacy is your purpose for tinting, a 20% tint is an excellent choice. You can see through windows with a 20% tint if you're up close, but it's […]