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Window Tinting Services Milton Keynes

We wrap any car MK has a wrap team to tint all types of car tints. We are based right here in Milton Keynes. We have our very own purpose built window tinting workshop.

We tint windows on vehicles of all types, from commercial van, lorry, ambulance & bus window tints, smart car to limo window tints and it might surprise you but we even tint windows on planes, trains not to mention bike windscreens, we can tint the windows on anything that is mobile!

We provide Professional Car Window Tinting in Milton Keynes, We provide a professional car window tinting service with a dedicated dust free facility set up for a first class installation. All of our window tints come with a 3 year to lifetime warranty. We Wrap Any Car MK of Milton Keynes only install premium window tinting films from Suntek. A typical installation takes around 2-3 hours for a small car. We are very easy to find in north Milton Keynes situated within a stone's throw from the A5.

What are car tints?

A vinyl tint or car tint or window tint is a retrofit upgrade that is generally installed to flat glass in existing vehicles. Car tinting is predominantly known as window tinting due to the fact that the large majority of automotive window films are dark coloured (tinted).

Auto-mobile window tinting helps reduce the Visible Light Transmission (VLT) through car windows. This can be problematic at night, when motorists must be able to see through the windows of other vehicles in order to spot hazards which would otherwise be obstructed. Police also may want to be able to identify the passengers in a vehicle.

Window films filter out over 99% of UV Rays to 380 nm – helping to reduce the main contributor to fading. However, additional factors such as solar heat and visible light also contribute to fading. Therefore the greatest protection from fading is offered by tinted or metallised window films that reject large levels of heat and visible light – in addition to UV.

In many countries, there are laws to ensure darkness of films do not present a danger to motorists.In the United Kingdom, regulations set forth by the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency under the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 provide that all front windows in front of the B post can have no less than 70 percent VLT. Windscreens are only allowed tinting outside the sweep of the windscreen wipers to a maximum of six inches from the top of the windscreen. British police are increasingly cracking down on illegal tinting on vehicles.

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