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Window Tinting

Ceramic Window Tint

Ceramic window tint is made from ceramic particles that
are non-metallic and non-conductive. These particles are typically infused into a layer of adhesive, which is then applied to the window glass. The ceramic construction provides excellent heat rejection properties without interfering with electronic signals, such as those used in GPS, cell phones, and keyless entry systems.

 Carbon Window Tint

Carbon window tint, on the other hand, contains carbon particles that are integrated into the tint film. Carbon-based films are known for their deep, matte appearance and their ability to block infrared light effectively. While they offer good heat rejection, they may not provide as much heat reduction as ceramic films.

Ceramic window tint and carbon window tint are both popular options for enhancing the comfort and protection of your vehicle's interior while reducing heat and glare. While they share some similarities, they have distinct differences, especially in terms of their composition and performance.

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