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  1. How to tell if your windows have Low-E glass

    The low-e coating is usually placed on one of the inside glass pane surfaces of the insulating unit. Homeowners can test for the low-e coating in a window by doing the following: Hold a lit match or a pen light up in front of the window.

  2. Prevent sunburn or UV rays when flying floating plane or seaplane?

    A few weeks ago John ordered some of our G-Cling 70 car tints on our website. And when we called to verify some order details, it turns out he was buying film for his plane.

  3. How to choose a tint color for your car.

    How to choose a tint color for your car. Most don’t realize this but when choosing a tint color for their vehicle “The-same-color-as-the-paint-or-black” Isn’t their only choice.
  4. How to tint your car

    This is going to be more of a list of hints and tips than a guide. To start off we would like to say thank you for reading.
  5. Can window tint be placed on the outside of a home?

    Window tint for many reasons, should not be placed on the outside of a home. This short article will go through a few reasons why window tint should not be placed on the exterior of a home. We hope that this post will answer your question.
  6. Why does my window tint keep falling down

    One of the main issues with static cling window tint that many customers have is that the window tint falls down after a little bit.
  7. Window tint percentages

    Window tint percentages At greenfilm we have 4 different visible light transmission or VLT percentages for our static cling window tint that we use. The first thing to understand is that if you have purchased a car, it most likely has what is known as “Factory tint” Which is usually a 26-15% VLT.
  8. History of optics and window tint

    The history of optics is, fittingly, clear The history of window tint fittingly is not.
  9. The difference between static cling window tint and normal window tint

    The main difference between normal window tint and static cling window tint is that one has glue to hold it onto the window and the other uses static electricity and atmospheric pressure.
  10. How to choose a static cling DIY window tint.

    How to choose a static cling DIY window tint. There are many considerations to take into account when writing a guide like this but for now we will be focusing on the concerns that a normal customer would have when selecting a DIY window tint.
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