Everyone wants their cars to look posh and unique and car tinting Abu Dhabi is one of the best ways to achieve that look as it not only enhances the look of the vehicle in fact it also helps you in keeping your privacy safe in the car with you. So if you have finally decided to get tinting done then there are a few things that you must know before visiting car service in Abu Dhabi to save you from the trouble:

  • Film percentage

This is a simple scientific phenomenon which you must know in order to get your tint right. Film percentage stands for the amount of light that you allow to pass through the film. If you allow 70% of light to pass through the film the lighter your tint will be and as you lower the percentage the film gets darker. You need to check in with your state laws how much they allow the film percentage to be and you can work accordingly for your car.

  • Time it will take

There are several different factors that can affect the time it will take to tint your car. The factors may include the size of your car as well as the model and type. Whereas if we gather the tinting factors we see that the quality and type of films along with the installation company will decide how long it will take for your tint to get done.

  • Lifespan of tints

Again the longevity of your tints will depend on different factors such as the quality of film that you have chosen, too much sunlight can cause harm and even your window cleaner brand will also play a major role in it. Eventually there will come a time when you will have to replace your tint which leads us to our next point…

  • Replacement of tints

You will be required to replace the tints when they start wearing off and this makes many people think that why should they get window tinting done in the first place when it will eventually need a replacement and wear off? There are different answers to this question depending on different reasons that people opt tinting for. For starters, if you would like to keep your private life private then a tint can be your shielding guard.