Why XPEL Window Tint
With expert installation, XPEL Prime window tint products are more resistant to fading, bubbling, peeling, cracking, wrinkling, and other problems.
We offer a wide array of tint shades which range from nearly clear to dramatically dark. Our most popular shade is 35%, which provides a classy balance between light and dark.
In addition to the shade ranges, XPEL offers various levels of window tinting film. Learn more about the tint options or let us help you decide what's right for you.
UV Protection You Can't Beat
Our tinting effectively blocks 99% of ultraviolet rays that attempt to stream in through the glass and damage the dashboard, leather, fabrics, and plastics. This can lead to fading, cracking, and discoloration over time.
Additionally, our tint provides SPF levels of 1,000, protecting you from UV rays that cause cancer, premature aging, and other skin damage.
Developed to provide protection from heat, harmful UV rays, and glare, Ceramic Window Tint is a cutting edge material with nano-ceramic particles embedded into the film’s surface. This tint can reflect and diffuse sunlight to help keep your interior cool by reducing glare and blocking 99% of harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Is Ceramic Tint the Same as Regular (Dyed) Tint?
The main difference between ceramic tint and regular tint is their ability to protect your vehicle from heat and UV rays from the sun. Using ceramic tint gives you a better driving experience with reduced glare and decreased interior temperatures.
Benefits of Ceramic Tint
Ceramic tinting offers a unique combination of superior protection and performance, including:
- Cooler Interior
- Increased Privacy & Safety
- Increased Quality & Durability
- Less Glare
- No Signal Interference
- UV-Blocking Protection
What is a lifetime-transferable warranty?
The XPEL lifetime-transferable warranty covers against cracking, bubbling, delamination, and fading for the life of the film. It will also transfer with the vehicle if it’s sold, which may increase your vehicle’s resale value.
Is your tint the same as “factory tinted” glass?
Factory window tint involves a pigment that’s applied to the glass during the manufacturing process, so it doesn’t have the ability to reduce UV radiation or heat. Aftermarket window film adheres to the surface of the glass, providing you with such benefits as UV protection and glare reduction.
Can you tint windows with a rear defroster?
Yes, window film has no effect on a rear defroster.
Can I operate my windows after having film applied?
Window film installation uses adhesives that take a certain period of time to set properly, which is usually 48 hours. During that time, it’s best not to operate your windows to protect your window film. After that, your windows will operate normally.
Why do my windows look blotchy after window tint installation?
When a window tint is first applied, it can look hazy and streaky from the moisture between the film and the glass. Over time, this moisture will evaporate, leaving your windows with a crystal-clear look.
How do I clean tinted windows?
Tinted windows don’t require special cleaners, but it’s best to avoid glass cleaner with ammonia or scraping the tint with a blade, as it can damage window tint film over time. Tinted windows can be cleaned with a soft, non-abrasive cloth for best results.