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Please be advised, there is a major problem with Mercedes rear window defrost wires that are not adhered properly to the rear window of many late model Mercedes vehicles.
Not all models have this problem and we have not seen a lot of this. However, it is widely reported by tint shops all over the internet that these wires will easily come off.
Our video to the right illustrates how just Scotch tape attached to a dealer temporary plate and taped to the rear window took off a wire during removal of the plate.
Be aware that if you bring us a Mercedes to tint and one of more of the wires move, fall off, or come off during the process - WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR IT. This is a manufacturing defect.
Are there any other makers who have fallen victim to the wires not adhering to the back window??
YES! It has been reported that AUDI, and FORD have recently had the same problem.
Therefore, while not every car is a victim of this problem, and we have only seen 2 cars - 2012 Audi A4, and the Mercedes in the video - with it, be advised that it CAN happen to you.
HOORAY! Our New ULTRA Nano IR 98% Ceramic film is FINALLY HERE! This amazing new film is capable of blocking out 98% of the Sun's Heat while maintaining it's clarity.
While this film is a little more than our current Nano Ceramic film, it is truly worth it for those who want the very best in heat protection and comfort.
This film will be in stock on June 1st with 38% and 20% and adding 10% by July 1st.
Hurry in and get your car tinted today in this amazing new film. You won't be disappointed.
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Here is something we hear a lot these days... "I Have a Truck, So I Only Need the Fronts Done" Is that true?
Yes and NO.
Yes if all you are going for is looks, blending the back of your truck/SUV with the front and comfort from the heat is not a big deal.
NO, if you want protection from the sun and you also want to knock down the heat coming into the vehicle.
If you are tinting strictly for looks and heat rejection is not an issue for you, go with our Color Stable Dyed Film for $99 and be done with it. This film will match very well (although NOTHING MATCHES PERFECT) and you will be happy with the end result.
If you want true HEAT REJECTION though, consider our Nano-Ceramic film and have the whole vehicle tinted in it. You will be wrapped in Ceramic, the comfort level inside the vehicle will soar, and we can match the factory backs so that everything flows aesthetically too.
We even have a Ceramic that is nearly clear that will not alter the look of the rears but still protect.
Be sure to check out our "WOW Box" to confirm everything before you "pull the trigger" and buy Nano-Ceramic film.
Since November 2016 we have been blogging about our new EXTREME NANO 98% IR Rejecting window film that was "Coming Soon" and appeared to be available around March 2017.
It appears that this awesome new HEAT BLOCKER has been delayed.
Our manufacture has been tweaking the formula of the new Nano Carbon/Ceramic blend in order to produce the clearest IR film with the HIGHEST IR Blocking (98%) ability.
Low Angle Haze (LAH) is the term for IR films that look foggy or hazy when the sun sets at a low angle. IR Ceramic films are prone to this issue.
Our new Nano Carbon/Ceramic is now the clearest IR film soon to be on the market, with the least amount of LAH.
This new film will replace our current UltraNano film for clients who wish to have the VERY BEST performing IR Nano film available!
We are trying to get this technology just right so check back often as this could be released to us at any point.
Tax refund time is in full swing and we are here to help you spend some of that on the window tinting you've always wanted NOW AT A HUGE DISCOUNT!!
Starting Thursday March 16th and running to the end of the month, we are discounting all our window tinting by 10%.
This means you can save up to $50 off a complete window tint installation.
If you were considering our Nano-Carbon film, you can now pay just a few dollars more and get our top of the line Nano-Ceramic film!!
This is HUGE!! So hurry in and book your appointment NOW!
This sale ENDS ON MARCH 31st
I could not imagine a higher quality tint job for such a great price. The fantastic service was just an added bonus. I left feeling educated about the
As you head out for the holidays, keep in mind that professionally installed automotive window film offers an additional layer of safety as you drive to your destinations by helping protect you and your passengers and making the vehicle more comfortable.
The sun may feel pleasant as it streams through a car’s windows as you travel this time of year but the Sun's damaging UV rays can be brutal to the eyes and skin of the occupants of the vehicle.
Installed properly, automotive window film can shield passengers from the cumulative effects of UV rays, which the U.S. Surgeon General has called a “known carcinogen.” Window Film blocks 99% of the Sun's UV rays while untreated glass blocks out only 25%.
According to the AAA, last year 100 million people traveled during the holiday season and this year looks to break that number. Before you head out, consider tinting your windows and protect your family from the Sun's attack.
It is commonly held that window tinting installations are best done in the summer at the peak of the season. Is this true? The answer may surprise you.
We suggest that you check out the answer in our FAQ section where we have developed a complete page to this question.
Click on "FAQ", Then select "When to Tint"