Q: How long does it take to tint a vehicle? 

A: Most vehicles take from 30 mins to 2 hours, depending on the size and complexity of the vehicle. 

Q: How long will the windows need to remain up after being tinted?

A: They will need to remain up for anywhere between 24-72 hours, depending on the outside temperature. When the temperature is above 70 degrees Fahrenheit most vehicle windows can be rolled down within 24 hours. 

Q: Can the window tint appear hazey after being applied?

A: Yes, also from the inside looking out there will be small dimples in the tint, but they will clear out as it drys within 24-72 hours. 

Q: Can I wash my car after getting it tinted?

A: Yes, all window tint is applied to the inside of the car window. You will need to wait 3 days before cleaning the inside of the window.

Q: What can I clean the tinted windows with?

A: After 3 days you can clean the inside of the window with anything that is ammonia free. We suggest using " Sprayway glass cleaner". 

Q:Can I tint my back window if I have a defroster?

A: Yes, tint doesn't effect the rear defroster. Most rear defrosters reach a temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, tint will endure temperatures up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Q: Are there laws governing how dark window tint can be?

A: Yes, every state has its' own laws that regulate the darkness of window tint. In Tennessee, 35 percent is the darkest shade that is legal to have on sedans. Suvs and trucks must have 35 percent on the front two windows, but allowed to go as dark as wanted on the back.