Tint & 3M Hood Tape
Window Tinting is a process to make your car’s window darker than originally manufactured. Some customers do it for look, others need it for health reasons. Tinting provides protection from harmful UV rays and reduces interior heat in the summer. Whatever your needs are for window tinting, Shammy’s Auto will take care of it by delivering the best tinting in GTA (Greater Toronto Area).
Window film for your car
Solar Gard window film is Shammy’s choice This product starts working for you the minute it is installed on your car. Solar Gard blocks up to 99 percent of damaging UV light and rejects up to 61% of incoming solar heat. Solar Gard products are made and manufactured in the USA.
Car Window Tint
Solar Gard automotive window film is the investment that improves your driving experience and your vehicle’s value. Solar Gard provides protection when driving with the sun obstructing your view. the comfort, style and solar protection that keeps you driving cooler and looking great in your car. Another reason it is the number one choice at Shammy’s Auto.
Window Tinting Promo by Solar Gard
Advantages of Tinting:
- Furnishing and upholstery preservation
- Reduced hot spots and glare
- Improved comfort
- Balanced climate
- Reduced energy demands
- Extended HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) lifespan
- Increased privacy
- Interior material protection
Good for your skin
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, there is a direct link between more time spent driving a car and a higher incidence of left-handed skin cancers. Although all types of skin cancer increase with exposure to unprotected skin, this is particularly common among drivers. This form of melanoma is caused by cumulative sun exposure rather than the more common form of melanoma that occurs from intense, intermittent sun exposure.
Choice of films
Shammy’s Auto carries a variety of colors and tints to compliment any car or truck exterior. The darker you go, the more privacy you will have. However, make sure you check your local tinting laws and adhere to them.
Computerized Cutting using Plotter
Computerized cutting is the most advanced in the industry to make sure all cuts are in proper dimensions of the vehicle’s manufacturer specification, so nothing left for cutting on the car’s window. All of our rear windows are done in one piece of film. This also ensures the installer can apply the job with a degree of precision and confidence which could not be achieved otherwise.
Introduction of Window Tinter
Steps involved in process of Window Tinting
Solar Gard offers many Window Tint Choices
Shammy’s Auto is Authorized Dealer of Solar Gard. Choose from various Window Tint Shades.
After Window Tint Caring Tips
Do Not lower your windows for 3-5 days after Window tinting
Do Not clean the film until 30 days after installation
Film Dry-out time
During installation, your dealer will remove a s much of the mounting solution as possible, although a small amount will remain. Trapped installation moisture can cause small water bubbles and/or a slightly cloudy look. this is normal and should be expected. Do not attempt to pierce a water bubble during the dry-out time. Water bubbles and the cloudy look will dissipate. Attempting to pierce a water bubble in an effort to drain moisture will damage your film and is not covered by the warranty.
Climate condition and dry-out time
If slow drying occurs, do not become alarmed. The trapped moisture will dry out completely. Certain climate conditions can extend the dry-out time for as long as 30 to 60 days after installation. Cold and rainy weather conditions can lengthen the dry -out time while warm weather and direct sun light exposure will shorten it. The dry -out time for our high performance metallized automotive films will always take longer than conventional non-reflective films.
Do not clean the film until 30 days after installation. This will help ensure proper curing of the special mounting adhesive to the glass.
Most glass cleaners will work well, although a good mild cleaning solutions for window film is 1/2 ounce of liquid dish soap added to 1 quart of fresh water.
To avoid scratching the film, a soft cloth or a clean synthetic sponge is recommended for washing the window film, followed by another clean soft cloth or soft rubber squeegee for drying. Some brands of paper towels are coarse enough to put the fine scratches in the film’s protective hard coat finish. While these scratches may be too thin to be seen at the beginning, they can damage the polished look of the film over time. Clean gently.