Dyed Window Tinting Film
Dyed window tinting film is one of the most affordable options available in the market. It is made by applying a layer of dye between the adhesive and the protective layer. The dye absorbs heat and UV rays, reducing the amount of heat that enters the car. Dyed window tinting film also provides privacy by darkening the windows.
However, dyed window tinting film has some drawbacks. Over time, the dye can fade, causing the tinting film to turn purple. It also offers the least amount of heat rejection among the three types of window tinting films.
Metallic Window Tinting Film
Metallic window tinting film is made by applying a layer of metal between the adhesive and the protective layer. The metal reflects heat and UV rays, providing better heat rejection than dyed window tinting film. It also adds a shiny, reflective appearance to the windows.
However, metallic window tinting film also has some drawbacks. The metal layer can interfere with electronic devices such as cell phones and GPS systems. It can also interfere with radio signals, resulting in poor reception.
Ceramic Window Tinting Film
Ceramic window tinting film is the newest and most advanced type of window tinting film available in the market. It is made by applying a layer of ceramic between the adhesive and the protective layer. The ceramic blocks heat and UV rays while allowing visible light to pass through, providing excellent heat rejection while maintaining a clear view.
Ceramic window tinting film also offers superior durability and longevity. Unlike dyed window tinting film, it does not fade or turn purple over time. It also does not interfere with electronic devices or radio signals, making it a perfect choice for those who rely heavily on technology.
In conclusion, dyed, metallic, and ceramic window tinting films each have their advantages and disadvantages. Dyed window tinting film is the most affordable but offers the least amount of heat rejection. Metallic window tinting film provides better heat rejection but can interfere with electronic devices and radio signals. Ceramic window tinting film is the most advanced type of window tinting film available, offering superior heat rejection, durability, and clarity. Consider your needs and budget when choosing the right type of window tinting film for your car. Get in touch or call us today!
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