Automotive Window Films

Automotive Window Films from Shadow Art Window Films

By: Shadow Art Window Films  04/18/2014
Keywords: Window Tint, Window Film, Glass Tinting

Our window films are designed to reject up to 61% of the total solar energy, making your car cooler and reducing the need for air conditioning. They also help cut annoying glare reducing intense bright hot spots on sunny days and blinding headlights at night. Protect your interior. The film is like sunscreen for your automobile, rejecting up to 99% of all ultraviolet rays. It shields premature leather, vinyl and fabric discoloration and fading to protect your investment. It blocks both UVA and UVB ultraviolet rays. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, there is a direct link between more time spent driving a car and a higher incidence of left-handed skin cancers. Although all types of skin cancer increase with exposure to unprotected skin, particularly common among drivers is a form of melanoma that is caused by cumulative sun exposure rather than the more common form of melanoma that occurs from intense, intermittent sun exposure. Enhance the look of your vehicle. We have two lines that are offered in a variety of shades to compliment any car or truck exterior. The darker you go, the more privacy you will have.

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