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Ceramic tint is the highest line of tint available in the market today. It is the top-rated, fade-resistent tint that blocks out heat and harmful UV rays, and helps protect your belongings. Ceramic tint contains no metals, dyes, or carbon, it has ceramic particles that are both non-conductive and non-metallic. Our professional application of this high-quality window tint film will keep your windows free of blemishes for life.

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Ceramic Tint vs Cheap Tint

The main difference between cheap tint and ceramic window tint is the heat protection and durability. Cheap tint is designed for the short term, low budget buyer. Ceramic tint is designed for the long term high value buyer. Although both films may look the same when they are new, they will feel a lot different as the months and years go by.

Ceramic Tint is an advanced type of window tint designed for maximum heat and UV protection. It’s main difference between a regular, entry level type of window tint is its performance when it comes to blocking sunlight & solar heat. On average, ceramic tint can block 2-3 times more heat than “regular tint”, also known as regular dyed window tint, or in this case “cheap tint”.

Most solar heat comes in the form of infrared light.

Most of the heat that the sun emits is through the form of infrared light. In total, infrared radiation makes up 49.4% of total solar energy while visible light accounts for about 42.4% and Ultra Violet (UV) making up 8%.

The word cheap in this context refers to the quality of the window tint used on vehicles. Cheap tint is often offered at very low costs to the consumers because it is cheap to make, cheap to sell. The more technical term is used to describe this type of window tint is a dyed window film.

The reason why some types of window tint will change colour over time is because of the way in which the colour (or dye) was manufactured in the film. As we mentioned earlier in the post, in order to sell window tint at a cheap price, the costs to produce have to be cheap as well resulting in manufacturing short-cuts.

Burned up window tint adhesive. What happens over time when the glue in the window tint is not quality built is that it will fail under prolonged solar exposure. This is called adhesive failure. When the adhesive fails to hold the window tint to the glass, it will cause a bubbling effect.

No. A good ceramic window tint and brand is designed for long term use. The more advanced films that exist today use a strong adhesive to prevent bubbling from adhesive failures. The colour stability in the window tint helps to keep its colour year after year.