Family Day Care is becoming a convenient and popular method of child care, and comes with certain responsibilities relating to child safety that must be adhered to. One area of concern that can be difficult to find accurate information about, is glass safety. Specifically, which windows need to meet the AS1288 Safety Standards as set […]
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FACTORY TINTING If you’re driving a new or near new car, chances are it may be equipped with factory tinting in the windows behind the front doors. Commonly referred to as Privacy Glass, it’s purpose is to provide passengers and personal property items some privacy from outside. Light transmission levels can vary between manufacturers, but […]
Buying a new motor vehicle is a major investment and most people want to protect their car’s resale value, which is why Car Protection Packages have long been one of the most popular after-market accessories.
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 […]
Selecting cheap window tinting based on who will give you the lowest price is by far the worst way to select a product or company.
No matter where you live, removing these stubborn water spots on our cars and windows in our homes is something we have probably all had to deal with.
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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.
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 […]