Window tint uses a variety of adhesives, but they generally fall into two categories: dry and sticky. What’s the difference?
How does window tint block UV light? How can you reduce glare but keep the view? How do you control temperature with tint? These answers and more in this week's Q&A.
The police have issue with dark front window tint, and they have a few good reasons. Let's hear right from the source why illegal tint is dangerous for local crime fighters.
Can you tint over rear defrosters? Yes you can. Are there a few pitfalls along the way? Yes. Here is how we do it to ensure you get a perfect tint with functional rear defrosting.
Purpling and bubbling window tint is the WORST. Read about why it happens and what we can do to fix it here. It is super cheap and very, very worth it.
Can you get a window tint that does not affect your radio or cell reception? Yes, you can! It is simple, inexpensive, and you have a variety of options at Diversity.
Let's go back to basics. We talk about the advanced uses and applications for window tint all the time, but how about we talk about how exactly it works this time?
Blinding light and boiling temperatures are par for the course in the summer. Here is an explainer on how window tint increases your comfort by blocking heat and glare.
In the window tinting world we refer to our films by percentage points. Why do we do this and what does it mean? We explain it all for your right here. Get the inside scoop.
The short answer is a poor or incomplete installation. Read on to see how Diversity combats this problem that plagues the industry with one simple trick. It is worth the effort.