Frequently asked questions about our window films

Get the facts about window tints at SSC Tinting. Each SunTek installation has an effective window film that reduces glare, UV rays and creates a sleeker look for your car. We understand security is important for you and your family. Our high-strength window tints are effective at securing broken glass in a car accident as well as deterring car thieves. Contact us today to arrange a free quote on our window tints, upholstery or paint protection services.

For a window tint to be legal in Queensland it must allow 35% of the visible light to pass through the glass.

Not from us! Our car window tints are always completed to the highest standard of workmanship. We only use industry-leading brand SunTek for our car, window and office tints. Bubbling tints can be caused by applying a tint to a dirty window or by poor installation.

Yes. Privacy glass is the dark glass you see in luxury cars however it offers no protection from UV rays. In case of an accident, privacy glass won’t help hold the glass together as it is only dyed glass.

As part of the application process, we use a slip solution to mount the film to the glass. The solution between the film and the glass is the residue left there after application and will dry out completely, usually within 48 hours.

A damp chamois and a clean, dry micro fibre cloth is ideal for cleaning window tints. Do not use ammonia-based window cleaners, such as Windex, on tint.

Manufacturers recommend that upon completion of a window tint, to leave your windows up for around 48 hours. However this does vary pending on the climate in your area.

Don’t. Bring it to us and we will do it. In most cases if you are getting us to install a new tint on your vehicle, we will not charge you to take the old film off. If you have any more questions please feel free to give us a call, we are more than happy to answer your queries.

Yes, we do! Contact us today to book a free quote for a window tint, upholstery protection, paint protection or rust proofing.