2020’s Top 5 Posts
2020 wasn’t all bad – here are our most popular posts, as voted by you!
2020 is finally over! To celebrate the turn of the new year, we are going to take a look back at our most popular articles from 2020. We dug through our analytics to discover what content received the most views. Collectively, these 5 articles were read nearly 150,000 times!
1. Understanding Tint Percentages
Car window tinting films are measured in visible light transmission levels (also known as VLT), and these levels are represented as a percentage of the visible light transmitted through the windows. So, when you see a window film being referred to as a percentage, this is the VLT. “Let’s do 35% on the back windows,” means 35% of the visible light will pass through the window film.
2. Why Does My Window Tint Look Blurry?
Hazy or blurry windows after a tint job are a very common occurrence from most installers. At Diversity, we have developed a system to avoid this problem so you leave the shop without having to treat your newly tinted windows with kid gloves. First let’s look at why this happens, then we will show you what we do to combat this issue on behalf of our clients.
3. Can You Tint Over Rear Defrosters
People often ask us if it is possible to tint over rear defroster wires safely and effectively. The short answer is yes you can! The long answer is as follows.
4. Radio Waves and Window Tint
There have been rumours floating around the internet for years that window tinting can affect your vehicle’s radio reception or even obstruct the cell phone reception from within the cabin. Is this true? Well, it can be, but there is a very simple solution to make sure this is a non-issue.
5. The Problem With the Model 3’s Roof
When Tesla announced the Model 3 they had record pre-orders, 500,000 in fact, making it the largest product launch in history. One of the big selling points was its sleek design, affordable price, and beautiful front to back roof. A solid piece of glass from hood to trunk. It is unusual for such a thing to be found in a vehicle at this price point, because of the costs involved, and it becomes clear right away that there were a few issues.