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Why Window TINTing ?

We’ve collected our experience in tinting over the course of thousands of installations. We have learned that to reach the best results, the most important thing is good communication with our clients. Our experiences have helped us to choose the best material from the global market of tinting films for you.

Satin Auto Wrap does tinting of windows in top quality. Of course, without removing the glass and from one piece of film. Model and tint film is always chosen individually after careful consultation with the client. We use only quality attested films. Attestation labels and certificates are granted.

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  • Reduces heat, glare and harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun rays

  • Blocks out unwanted heat

  • Minimizes eye strain by reducing the sun glare

  • Provides privacy from prying eyes

  • Holds glass shards together in the event of an accident

  • Field and lab-tested under the worst weather conditions

  • Backed by industry-leading warranties

  • Protects the interior of your vehicle

  • Non-Metallic Means Clear Reception

  • Lifetime Warranty


4 Benefits of Tinting Your Car Windows

From design to install, we've got you covered every step of the way.


UV Protection


Accident Safety


Increased Privacy


Improved Comfort

Most people overlook the fact that your skin can suffer sun damage from inside your car. But window tints can block up to 99% of the sun’s UV rays for added protection while you drive. 

A window tint is a film that sticks to the window and has the tendency to hold broken glass together in the event of an accident, thus preventing dangerous shards from flying around.  

Window tints allow you to look out while making it harder for others to see in. And that makes it more difficult for anyone to see valuables left inside your car. 

By blocking out UV rays, window tints can make the inside of a vehicle significantly cooler and more comfortable, particularly during hot summer months. Window tints also reduce glare from the sun for greater comfort for your eyes. 

3 Windows Hatchback

5 Windows hatchback

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3 Windows Coupe

5 Windows Sedan

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5 Windows SUV


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Full Windows Tint

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Are there Cons to Installing Car Window Tint?

Installing window tint is an investment in the quality and protection of your vehicle. That said, not all window tints are identical. In fact, some are simply made to provide added shade vs providing any protective qualities.

Investing in tinted windows is similar with purchasing paint protection film. It requires some investigation and research to ensure you’re getting the best value. Anytime you consider a tint for car windows, you should carefully answer the following questions:

  • Is the window tint I am buying the right one for my needs? 

A good window tint will offer three important attributes, protection, cooling, and reduced glare. If you’re going to spend money on having a professional auto salon install a good window film, make sure it fits your needs. Ask them about the longevity of the window tint, and if it comes with any guarantees or warranties.

  • Are you going to keep the vehicle for a while? 

Some people like to trade in their vehicles every few years. Installing a high-quality window film can help to maintain your vehicle’s trade value, by protecting the integrity and quality of interior materials. When that tint maintains its integrity and looks as fresh as the day it was installed – the overall appearance of your ride will likewise be enhanced.

  • Are you going to try it yourself? 

There is a recent growth in DIY consumer products targeted to the automotive enthusiast. From DIY ceramic coatings to DIY window tint, it seems many companies are trying to hop on board the quick online sale bandwagon. However, window film is not as simple to apply as a DIY coating. It takes time, patience, and a steady hand to install a window tint for cars.

In most cases, the average car owner will make errors on the first applications, leading to bubbles, poor adhesion, or complete installation failure. If you’re considering DIY window tint, make sure to investigate the process, the manufacturer, and the product qualities before attempting.

Consider a Professional Window Tint for Cars

Tinting car windows is indeed a good idea. The ability to reduce road glare while driving in bright light conditions, keeping the interior crisp and cool, and protecting car seats, dashboard and trim pieces is positive across the board. The key is to reduce the negative issues that can occur when applying car tint.

These problems are mitigated by working with a professional auto salon to complete the tinting job. They will explain all the features of each grade of window tint, offer recommendations based on your budget and needs, and apply it with precision. This ensures the tinting is installed correctly, lasts longer, and provides all the benefits you expect.


3 Years warranty for any damages such as:

- Peeling off

- Bubbling

- Color fading

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