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Removing window tint from cars

Removing window tint from car windows is never as simple a job as it seems. If you’ve ever tried to do it yourself you’ll understand the nightmare task it can be at times. There are very few chemicals or solvents that will help, and even those that do, won’t work until the layers of film […]

Privacy Policy

Ultra Tint is committed to providing quality services to you and this policy outlines our ongoing obligations to you in respect to how we manage your Personal Information. We have adopted the National Privacy Principles (NPPs) contained in the Privacy Act 1988. The NPPs govern the way in which we collect, use, disclose, store, secure […]

Night Time Privacy Tinting

We often get asked, “Will tinting my windows give me night time privacy?” First, it’s important to understand how privacy is generated in the first place. When a window film is applied to glass, it inherently reduces the amount of light in the room, and reflects the bright light from outside.

Window Film Thermal Image

Received this by email from a client, demonstrating how effectively window film can reduce the temperature in cars. We’ll let his email do the talking… G’day Kevin,Did a test today to show how effective your 3M CS35​ Tint is on the front windows. Around 9am in Sydney, for about half an hour, I left the […]

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Window Film Care & Cleaning

Drying time: Your new window film will take about 3 to 5 days to completely dry, sometimes a little longer depending on film brand, type, and prevailing weather conditions. A slightly hazy or foggy appearance may be noticeable during this time, caused by residual moisture under the film that needs time to evaporate.  Cleaning Your […]

WA Changes Tint Laws

At long last, some uniformity between ADR rules and state regulations regarding window tint requirements. Just like in the Northern Territory, in Western Australia you are now (as of April 13th 2013) able to tint glass behind the driver (or the B pillar) to 20%VLT. The front windows as always must remain at 35% VLT. […]