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UV 400 window films prevent skin and eyes exposure to both UVA and UVB radiation. One of the biggest difference between UV 400 compared to other window films is the fact that UV 400 is capable of blocking UV rays as small as 400 nanometers. This means anywhere from 99 to 100 percent of the sun’s harmful radiation.
Every film/tint is different depending on the quality. We offer a wide range of window films, catered to all of our customer’s needs and budget.
Some window films can last up to a year to two, where some can last for more than 10 years!
Wait 4 weeks and then simply clean windows as you normally would, using standard window cleaning solution and soft, lint-free cloth. Avoid using abrasive materials that may scratch or damage the film.
Window film (or sometimes referred to as window tints) is a thin sheet of plastic, usually vinyl or polyester which is invented and designed to stick or cling to the surface of glass for a variety of uses – be it for privacy, decorative, solar or safety requirements. Window films can be used for all glass surfaces, mainly installed on cars, homes and office buildings.
Probably 99.9% of our customers will put the film up themselves with great success. It is so much easier to apply than you think! Most of the installation work we complete is for commercial buildings as the amount of glass to cover is not usually a DIY project.
When reading through the descriptions and technical specifications of window films, you will often see a “VLT” rating.
VLT stands for “Visible Light Transmission” or sometimes referred to as visible light transmittance.
VLT is a window industry term that refers to the amount of visible light that passes through window films. A lower VLT rating tends to be better for glare control while a higher rating is preferred for maintaining natural light.
VLT General Rule of Thumb: The lower the VLT, the darker the film.