Is SunTek carbon tint good?

Is SunTek carbon tint good?

SunTek® window films offer many of the most desired features in automotive window tint films. Among these are heat and UV rejection, as well as glare reduction. All SunTek films have very good optical clarity, and are backed with a manufacturer’s warranty.

Should I get 20% or 35% tint?

A 35% tint will give you more darkness, but it’s still easy to see through. Drivers like this tint because of it’s stylish and sleek aesthetic. If privacy is your purpose for tinting, a 20% tint is an excellent choice. A 5% is the darkest tint you can get, and you can’t see through 5% tinted car windows at all.

Is 3M Color Stable carbon?

NANO-CARBON POLYESTER TECHNOLOGY With carbon infused into the polyester layer, these colour stable films are excellent at blocking heat while also boasting enhanced colour stability.

Which sunsuntek carbon tint should I Choose?

SunTek offers two product lines featuring carbon technology: the CXP Series and the Carbon Series. For enhanced performance demands and luxury vehicles, we recommend the CXP Series’ non-metal, nano-hybrid carbon technology. No matter which series you choose to install, be confident in the tint’s ability to stand the test of time.

Why choose 3M Color Stable?

Don’t settle for anything less! 3M Color Stable’s appearance rivals tinted factory glass, never turns purple, and provides high heat rejection with no signal interference! 3M’s revolutionary nano-carbon polyester provides an incredible look and amazing color stability.

What is 3m FX premium?

As 3M’s newest automotive window film addition, FX Premium offers an economical alternative without sacrificing quality. Because FX Premium is non-metalized, you will enjoy no signal interference on your cell phone, satellite radio or GPS system.

What is the difference between CXP and carbon?

Both film series block 99% of harmful UV rays. The difference between CXP and Carbon is that CXP works harder to maintain interior vehicle comfort, with a higher level of solar energy rejection.