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If you want to Choose The Right Window Tint For You, this page will help you make the decision in a way that you will be happy with. Just answer a few questions, and you will know what window film is best for your particular situation.
Chrome Delete is a service we offer to transform the chrome on your vehicle to a darkened accent that gives your car that distinctive look setting your car apart from the rest of the "crowd".
There are at least 5 Questions to Ask Before You Let Anyone Tint Your Windows. On this page we will outline those 5 questions so that when you do select someone to tint your car windows, you feel confident and comfortable with your choice
When it comes to window tint repair we got you covered. We often times have clients who contact us and ask if we can repair their damaged or failing window tint. We can almost ALWAYS replace their window tint. But can we repair it? This page will answer that question.
Mustang Stripes set the ordinary Mustang apart from all the other Mustangs on the road. Our racing stripes add that individuality to your muscle car and give it that look like it is moving when it is sitting still.
Schedule your window tint installation with our NEW online tinting installation scheduler. See when we are here and book accordingly
After 6 years in our current location, and after hundreds of vehicles and their owners coming through our doors, we felt it was high time to do a make over. What followed has become known as our Great 2018 Tint Shop Remodel.
PSA - Do not tint the windshield on aTesla Model 3!! This warning is from a Tesla Owners Forum...
I took delivery of my Model 3 about two weeks ago. As a previous owner of a Model S, I have to say that I am pleasantly surprised by the finished product. Not only do I have an easier time getting in and out, it’s also a fun car to drive with some really cool features. Unfortunately not all is well in the land of Tesla.
For those who live in a hot and sunny climate and are used to tinting all their windows, including the windshield, don’t. My Model 3 has been at the SC for over a week because the computer fried after liquid penetrated the area between the windshield and dashboard. The problem began after the initial cleaning of the windshield. Although paper towels were laid out on the dash and over the screen, just spraying the windshield and wiping it clean was enough to cause the screen to begin something called phantom touch (google it). This caused the AC to turn on randomly, frustrating the installer and myself as the AC just kept turning on no matter what I did. I eventually I just turned the fan all the way down and figured I’ll deal with the problem afterward as I previously read that phantom touch is a known issue on the Model 3. Anyway, by the time the tint installation was complete, the screen no longer worked. Luckily the car remained drivable but without the use of the screen, all the controls and gauges were not available. I tried to reset the screen, but it was evident that there was some other issue going on here. I drove the Model 3 to the local SC for them to diagnose the problem. So far they replaced the screen and now they are replacing the computer. Hopefully that will fix it, but I’m definitely concerned about this given that just cleaning the windshield can potentially render your car unusable. Crazy..."
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