Everyone wants a film that looks good, but there’s more to the color than just style. When a film fades, it loses crucial performance. A good film has a Color Stability number below 1 (<1). This means that the color will stay true over the course of time. [/av_image_spot] [av_image_spot tooltip_pos='av-tt-pos-below av-tt-align-right' tooltip_width='av-tt-large-width' tooltip_style='main_color' link='page,314' hotspot_color='custom' custom_bg='#ef8222' custom_font='#ffffff' custom_pulse='#efb17a' hotspot_pos='23.3,30.5']
Clarity is the films’ ability to bond to the glass and cure or set-up clearly. A number below 1 (<1) on the Haze meter ensures that there will be no cloudy or “hazy” look.Ask the dealer how their film performs on the “Haze” scale.
A good film is constructed so that it is easy for the dealer to handle and install. This ensures that there will be no damage done to your car because of issues the installer had while working with the film.
Too hot inside your car? Excessive heat creates an uncomfortable atmosphere and can damage your car’s interior. When a film fades, it loses crucial performance capabilities.