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What Does Tinting Your Windows Do?

Top 3 Reasons to Install 3M Auto Tint

Summer in Florida gets HOT. The heat index regularly exceeds 100 degrees, and that can quickly heat up your vehicle. Good thing there’s a simple solution that can make a big difference — 3M™ Auto Tint.

3M automotive window film is scientifically proven to make your vehicle comfortable, even in Florida’s summers. So what does tinting your windows do?

1. 3M Auto Window Tint Reduces Heat Transfer

Hot cars are uncomfortable. They can also be dangerous. If you’re buying a brand-new car, you can opt for factory tinted glass, but the options are limited and pricey. 3M, a recognized leader in window tint technology, offers a wide range of auto tints engineered for optimal heat reduction at a fraction of the cost.

3M Crystalline auto tints are constructed with multilayer optical film technology. This unique construction outperforms factory-tinted glass by several metrics, including UV and infrared rejection.

The heat we feel from the sun is comprised of infrared light (53%), visible light (44%) and UV light (3%). The Crystalline Series’ darkest films, such as CR 20, block a market-leading 99% of heat-producing infrared rays. When installed by a certified 3M installer, Crystalline tints can reduce interior temperatures by up to 47 degrees. While dark tints in most films block more visible light than lighter films, the Crystalline series advanced technology means even lighter tints in Crystalline block heat.

Another popular window film from 3M is 3M™ Ceramic IR Series. Ceramic IR is constructed with absorptive nano-ceramic technology that provides up to 95% infrared rejection. These films are available in various tint levels, including 70%, 50%, 30% and 5%. Learn more about ceramic window film.

2. 3M Auto Tint Cuts Down on Glare

According to The U.S. Department of Transportation, glare from the sun causes more accidents each year than rain, fog and snow combined.  Make distracting glare a bygone by installing Crystalline or Ceramic IR tints to your auto.

Crystalline auto tints have a unique construction, which is comprised of over 200 layers of optical film. Crystalline films remain thinner than a Post it® Note. This technology allows the series’ CR 20 tint to yield a total glare reduction rate of 77%.

3M’s Ceramic IR Series also offers outstanding glare-combative auto tints, which can deter as much as 93% of solar glare.

Make your driving time safer and more comfortable with window film that reduces glare and keeps you focused on the road.

3. 3M Auto Tint Blocks UV Rays

You can’t see UV light, but it contributes to long-term eye damage, skin damage and interior fading of your car. Excessive ultraviolet exposure can even lead to skin cancer.

Both Crystalline and Ceramic IR tints provide 99.9% UV rejection across all product variations, virtually eliminating ultraviolet transmission. These tints yield a total Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 1000, protecting you and providing comfort and safety on the road.

Work with a Window Film Expert

3M window films are easy to maintain, durable and non-corrosive. When professionally installed, 3M window films come with a comprehensive, limited lifetime warranty and are guaranteed not to bubble or turn purple. Improve your overall experience and comfort on the road by lowering heat, reducing glare and blocking UV rays with 3M auto tint.

If you want more information about what does tinting your windows do, contact us. Window Tint USA is a 3M Certified Vendor, and we offer upfront pricing. If you’re in the Pompano Beach / Ft. Lauderdale / Miami area, call or visit Window Tint USA to learn more about vehicle, home or commercial window tinting. Window Tint USA has been in business for more than 30 years, helping home, business, vehicle and boat owners in South Florida control the sun. Request a Quote, call 954-960-0212 or visit

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