Auto WindowTinting

The process of darkening your automobile windows with a thick plastic film. The film is manufactured with an adhesive layer on one side protected by a clear plastic liner. Window film is applied on the inside of the automotive glass; this protects passengers from harmful UV rays and helps your vehicle maintain cooler temperatures. It is available in many different shades.

Ceramic TintAvailable

Ceramic Tint is available in an adequate space of sophisticated shades. Every one of these fancy tint’s fashionable shades is paired with nano-ceramic technology. This manufacturing addition makes it possible to deliver glare control, superior heat rejection, and UV protection entirely metal-free, fulfilling the strictest standards.


Eight mils thick film applied to your vehicle protecting it from damage, this film is guaranteed not to peel, yellow, crack or fade. This film helps reduce stone chipping and bug damage on the painted surface. It also contains UV protection to counteract UV rays and resist yellowing. It is car wash safe, and it can be removed without damaging OEM paint.


Designs or patterns made of vinyl material decorate cars, trucks, or any smooth surface. These graphics are effectively weatherproof and durable. The graphics can be made for personalization or for commercial reasons that effectively reach an audience.

Smoke TailLights

Transparent lens film, which is a flexible vinyl material, not only does it add a unique look to your tail lights, it also adds protection from scratches. There are two ways to achieve the smoke tail light look you can either tint it using a film or spray tinting. Either of the two will give you the desired effect, but the film would be easier to remove if it had to be removed.


These lights are designed to cast out generous amounts of light when they are supplied with power. There are only a few H.I.D lights available in the market now; the main ones are high-pressure sodium lights, metal halide lights, and mercury vapor lights. These lights are designed to provide the driver with a brighter, more intense light making it easier to see.


Headlight restoration removes oxidation caused by UV rays, road contaminants, weather, and car wash chemicals. Restoration is a micro sanding process. After that, it is polished, and finally, they put a sealant to protect it from future oxidation. This process increases your nighttime visibility, making you feel at ease while driving your car at night.


This is the process of a thorough cleaning of both the interior and exterior of the car. This includes cleaning, polishing, and waxing an automobile. The type of cleaning that will be done to the automobile depends on the chosen detailing. The two types are interior detailing and exterior detailing.

Auto TintRemoval

The removal of previously installed window tint. It can be redone after it is removed if desired, or it can be left as is after the window tint removal process; the decision is entirely up to the owner of the vehicle.

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Cleaning the window film is simple; it can be leaned with a soft clean cloth and alcohol-based cleaner or plain water. Ammonia products should not be used.

Seat BeltChips

Precaution should be taken when releasing seat belts. As a result of the seat belt hitting the glass, small chips can be made in the window as it is released.


Depending on the film brand, type, and weather conditions, your new window film will typically take 3 to 5 days to dry fully. Before your windows are fully dry tinted windows may appear hazy or lumpy, and they may seem to have water bubbles. Please do not roll your tinted windows down until they are dry fully!

Night TimeDefogger Distortion

You may notice that the light from headlights will reflect off of the defogger lines during the nighttime. This effect is caused by the film having to bend slightly around the raised defogger line. All of this varies from car to car, and nothing can be done about it. Unfortunately, this is unavoidable and quite common after a car’s windows have been tinted.

Black DottedEdges

Most cars have a black ceramic ‘frit’ edge on the rear window. Sometimes this ceramic edge is straight and flat; sometimes, it will have a dotted border. This all depends on what type of car it is. These black ceramic dots are quite thick on most cars preventing the window film from sticking to the area between the dots. This results in a whitish-looking strip trimming the glass. This isn’t very noticeable; however, some cars have broadband of dots trimming the top of the rear window. This area is so vast that the whitish-looking area will become more noticeable. Unfortunately, the effect is unavoidable.


Although we work to achieve perfection in our installations, some degree of dust contamination and minor imperfections are present in every window film application; It is almost impossible for the process to end up being perfect. Also, flaws or scratches and metal deposits on the glass before the window tinting are often much more noticeable after the windows are tinted.
Small silvery-looking spots or ‘metal rubs’ are usually found in station wagons or other utility vehicles and are caused by a metallic object (such as a baby stroller handle) rubbing against the inner surface of the glass during travel. As a result, this rubbing deposits metal onto the glass, creating a silver or grey stain. These metal rubs are usually not very noticeable and often aren’t noticed until the windows become tinted.

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