What is the best ceramic window tint film for cars?
There are types of car window tints that you can use for your windows. Many citizens of the United States still use the standard films that can last up to two years if the windows are taken care of properly. However, what most people do not know is there is a variation of car tint films that you can use.
One of the excellent choices, or perhaps the best for some car enthusiasts, is ceramic window tints. Ceramic window tints have the capability of metallic films without interfering with the signal of your electronics. We at Global Tint recommend that you use this kind of film to have maximum protection on your money’s worth.
Most experts agree that ceramic-based car window tint is the best type of window film available. Early dye-based window tints (developed in the 1960s and 70s) tended to discolor and bubble with age, leaving a car looking worse than it did before the window film was applied and doing little to reduce the interior heat caused by sunshine. Toward the end of the 1900s, metallic and hybrid window films were developed. These used metal particles and a blend of metal particles and dyes, respectively, to help add solar energy rejection to window tinting, but metallic films were shiny in appearance and often interfered with cellular phone signals and radio waves. The nano-ceramic window tint was developed with the aim of creating a tint that rejected solar heat, added privacy, and did not interfere with signal transmissions. It would prove a great success.