Uncut Ceramic Tint FAQ

Q: Is heat shrinking required?
A: Yes, heat shrinking is required prior to installing tint on your windows. This is common with curved windows.
 
Q: What is the difference between uncut tint and precut tint?
A: Uncut tint means the tint has NOT been cut to the size of your specific car window and you will cut it by yourself. It is a uncut tint sheet that is 40 inches in width and 72 inches in length. Precut tint means the tint has been cut for a perfect fit to your specific car window and no cutting is required. We also have listings for precut tint.
 
Q: Can I return it because I don’t like the color/shade?
A: We do not accept returns unless there are defects/damages. Photos may be required to verify. The return item must be in its original condition; otherwise full refund may not be available and 20% restocking fee may apply. Buyer pays the return shipping.
 
Q: Can I return the item after I have peeled off/applied on my vehicle?
A: We do not accept returns once any film has been removed from the liner or any installation attempt has begun. Full refund will be not available if the tint has been used and 20% restocking fee may apply. Please return the item in its original condition.

Q: What shall I do if the tint is damaged when I receive it?
A: Film received damaged, or incorrect tint shades, must be reported before separating any film from the liner. Photos may be required to verify. Once any film has been removed from the liner or any installation attempt has begun the return policy is voided. All window film is very delicate and must be handled with care. 

Q: How can I tell if it is real nano ceramic tint?
A: Nano ceramic tint film is the highest quality of window tint film and the most expensive. It contains neither metal, dye, or carbon, but instead a ceramic particle that is both nonconductive and nonmetallic. The best way to tell if it is real nano ceramic tint is to use a tint reader to check the UV and IR reduction. Real ceramic tint blocks up to 99% of UV and IR rays.

Q: How can I tell if I received the correct color/shade?
A: We have tint shade (VLT) available in 5%, 15%, 25%, 35%, 50% and 70%. Visible light transmission (VLT) is calculated on the percentage of light that is visible through a tinted glass. The best way to tell the VLT is to use a tint reader. Sometimes you can even tell the color/shade by your experience if you are familiar with tint.

Q: What is the legal limit?
A: Please check your state laws. You can customize different shades on different windows and we will send the requested shade but we are not responsible for any consequences caused.

Q: Is it hard to install?
A: It may several hours for a first timer to cut and install tint. Even though you may install the tint by yourself, we still highly recommend you get your car tinted by professional tint shops. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INSTALLATION PROBLEMS.