Cost: $$$

    Ultimate heat rejection at any shade and unmatched clarity.


    Cost: $$

    Great heat rejection with a beautiful carbon color.


    Cost: $

    Get the look you're after with UV protection at a great price.


Ceramic Window Tint

Ceramic window tint, with its nano-ceramic particle layer, provides unparalleled heat rejection, UV protection, and clarity. This advanced technology ensures a cooler and more comfortable driving experience even at the lightest shades. Ideal for windshields, Ceramic Tint sets a new standard in tinting excellence.

Pro Nano Ceramic: 5% - 50%
Carbon Plus Ceramic: 5% - 75%
Apex Ceramic: 5% - 70%



Carbon Window Tint

Harness the latest in carbon technology with Geoshield C2 Carbon window tint, offering an affordable solution for achieving the desired aesthetics and feel for your vehicle. With a beautiful carbon color and robust heat rejection, UV protection, and a diverse range of Visible Light Transmissions (VLTs), carbon window tint stands out as an excellent film choice.

C2 Carbon: 2% - 50%



Dyed Window Tint

Experience optimal comfort without breaking the bank with dyed window tint. Geoshield Pro Classic not only reduces glare but also shields your skin from harmful UV rays, elevating every journey with enhanced enjoyment. It is color stable and will not fade or turn purple.

Pro Classic: 5% - 50%


Auto Window Tint FAQ

USA window tinting laws by state

Below is a full breakdown of car window tint laws and legal tint percentages state by state. Using this chart you can figure out which shade of tint is the right choice for you.  As you read these car tint laws, remember that window tint percentages refer to the amount of light allowed in. This is also known as the Visible Light Transmission (VLT) percent.



Please note: The accuracy, completeness, adequacy or currency of the content is not warranted or guaranteed. We are not lawyers or a law firm and we do not provide legal advice. We recommend you consult a lawyer or other appropriate professional if you want legal advice.

Information sourced from TintWiz March 2024.

Can I apply window tint myself?

While it is technically possible to apply window tint to your car yourself, we highly recommend seeking professional installation for optimal results. Professional installers have the expertise and experience to ensure precise application, avoiding issues such as bubbles, uneven tinting, and improper adhesion that may occur with DIY attempts. Additionally, professional installation often comes with warranties, providing peace of mind and long-lasting satisfaction. Trusting the job to a professional ensures a flawless finish, enhances the overall appearance, and maximizes the longevity of your window tint investment.

How do I care for my tinted windows?

Caring for your tinted windows is easy if you follow a few simple rules...

  1. Wait Before Cleaning: Avoid cleaning newly tinted windows for at least a few days to allow the adhesive to cure properly.
  2. Use Mild Cleaning Solutions: Clean tinted windows with a mild soap or detergent solution and water. Avoid using ammonia-based cleaners, as they can damage the tint.
  3. Soft Materials Only: Use a soft microfiber cloth or a non-abrasive sponge to wipe the tinted surface. Avoid using paper towels, which can be abrasive and may cause scratches.
  4. Gentle Wiping Motion: When cleaning, use a gentle wiping motion. Do not scrub vigorously, as this can damage the tint.
  5. Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Refrain from using harsh chemicals, such as ammonia, bleach, or abrasive cleaners, as they can degrade the tint and cause it to peel.
  6. Protect Tinted Side: If you have to clean the inside of the windows, take extra care to protect the tinted side from abrasive materials or sharp objects.
  7. Regular Cleaning: Regularly clean the windows to remove dirt, dust, and debris. This helps maintain visibility and ensures the tinted film remains effective.
  8. Avoid Stickers on Tinted Areas: Avoid placing stickers or adhesives directly onto the tinted area, as removing them may damage the film.

Are there health benefits to tinting your windows?

There are many health benefits to tinting your vehicle's windows. Some of them include...

  1. UV Protection: Window tinting helps block harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, reducing the risk of skin cancer and protecting the skin from premature aging.
  2. Eye Health: Tinted windows reduce glare and brightness, preventing eye strain and fatigue during prolonged drives, promoting overall eye comfort.
  3. Temperature Regulation: Tinted windows can significantly lower the interior temperature of a car, reducing the risk of heat-related illnesses such as heatstroke.
  4. Reduced Exposure to Infrared Radiation: Tinted windows can block a portion of infrared radiation, minimizing the absorption of heat by the car's interior and keeping it cooler.
  5. Privacy and Stress Reduction: Enhanced privacy provided by window tinting can contribute to a more relaxed and stress-free driving experience, particularly in heavy traffic or urban settings.
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