Window Film

NEW WINDOW TINT RULES FOR MALAYSIAN VEHICLES

DARKER REAR WINDOWS ARE ALLOWED Since May 2019, the Malaysian government has announced changes to the window tinting guidelines for all automotive cars. As shown below, the current minimum visible light transmission (VLT) percentages are 70% for front windscreen, 50% for both front side windows and varying percentages for the rear/back passenger windows and rear windscreen.     This means there are no limitations when it comes to installing any window films for your rear passenger windows and rear windscreens. You can opt [...]

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WINDOW TINT FILMS THAT ARE CURRENTLY IN THE MARKET

TYPES OF WINDOW TINT FILMS THAT ARE CURRENTLY IN THE MARKET Whether it is applied to the windows of an automobile, a home, or a business office space, window tinting film is an inexpensive, attractive, and convenient way to improve the quality of an interior space. Trust us, it doesn’t just amp up the aesthetic of your space. It offers so much more than that. Window tinting films promote privacy while still allowing plenty of light and visibility inside and [...]

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WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VLT, IR TSER AND UV?

WINDOW FILM/TINT ACRONYMS AND TERMINOLOGY, WHAT DO THESE MEAN? When researching or purchasing window films, we often here words like VLT, IR, TSER, UV but what do they actually mean? What’s the difference? Well, worry no more as we are here to help you. With all these terminologies, it can be pretty overwhelming. So let’s break it down so that it will be easier for you to understand! UV: Ultraviolet Ultraviolet is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength from 10 nm to 400 [...]

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