Frequently Asked

Questions

What is the Legal Limit for Automotive Window Tint in Minnesota?

Window Tint is measured by VLT (Visible Light Transmission). The lower the number, the darker it is. 100% is totally clear and 0% is totally black.

The legal window tint on vehicles registered in MN is:

Coupes and Sedans

Windshield: No Tint is allowed

Front Side Windows: Must allow 50% VLT

Back Side Windows: Must allow 50% VLT

Rear Window: Must allow 50% VLT

Trucks, Vans, SUV

Windshield: No Tint is allowed

Front Side Windows: Must allow 50% VLT

Back Side Windows: Any darkness is allowed

Rear Window: Any darkness is allowed

What are the benefits of Tinting Your Windows?

Tinting your windows can provide additional privacy by reducing the amount of light that enters your vehicle all while reducing glare and making it easier to see out. It offers excellent thermal rejection by blocking up to 85% of the heat normally produced through the windows, as well as blocking 99% of the harmful UV rays that can lead to skin cancer. From a safety standpoint, in the event of a collision or glass breakage, the film will hold the glass together to reduce your chances of injury.

Whats the Difference Between Dyed Films and Nano Films?

Dyed films offer a really nice charcoal look to your vehicle, more privacy, and a little heat rejection up to 30%

Nano Ceramic Films offer that same look of a charcoal dyed film and privacy while giving you the added benefit of increased clarity, and heat rejection up to 85%.

How Do I Care For My New Window Tint?

We will ask you not to roll your windows down for 3 days. Because the film was just applied you need a couple days for the film to set up so the in window gaskets don?t peel the fresh film off.

You will notice small bubbles, cloudiness, haziness, and distortion for up to 30 days. Commonly, they don?t last longer than 2 weeks. The film is applied with a mild soap and water solution and the windows need time for the moisture to evaporate out through the film. It will go away once the film has fully cured.

How long does the installation take?

We ask that we have your vehicle for 2 hours. Every vehicle is different and typically takes less time than that.

How to make an appointment and lead time

The best way to make an appointment with us it either by phone or email. We can usually get you in within 24-48 hours.

Why TintWorks vs Competitors

At TintWorks we strive to be totally transparent with our customers up front. This starts with our Price. While other shops may give you an ad leader lowball price upfront and then try to upsell you on a better quality film later, our prices are based on the highest quality film the first time, every time. If you're looking for a low cost option, let us know. We're happy to accomodate you in any way we can. Ultimately, your satisfaction is our only motivation.

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