Feel Cool - Our range of automotive films reject up to 75% of solar energy for a more pleasant passenger experience and improves air-conditioning effectiveness
Less air-conditioner usage means less fuel burned
Look Cool – Choose from a variety of shades and light transmission levels to give your vehicle a custom appearance. You know it looks better with tint
Protect your family from harmful UV radiation. Reduces glare from the sun or from headlights to reduce eyestrain on long trips and in busy city traffic.
Protect trim, upholstery, carpets and fittings from the harmful UV radiation that contributes to fading, so your car looks better longer and maintains its value.
Window films help bond glass fragments in case of accidents, projectiles or flying stones. Our automotive security films make vehicle glass safer and more resistant to violent crime, no more shattered glass or smash and grab situations
Tinted windows keep your possessions out of sight.
Home & Office Tint - Heat & Glare Reduction Window Tinting. Cooler in Summer, Warmer in Winter, Reduces Energy Costs, Adds UV Protection, Stops Prying Eyes.GO >>>
Heat & Glare Reduction Window Tinting. Cooler in Summer, Warmer in Winter, Reduces Energy Costs, Adds UV Protection, Stops Prying Eyes.
Amazing Tint offers car tinting in Moorabbin and Melbourne for a wide range of vehicle types, including cars, trucks and earthmoving equipment.GO >>>
If you are looking to change the look of your car while decreasing its susceptibility to harmful UV rays, Amazing Tint has the ideal solution.
Our security window tint helps to hold shattered glass together, minimising the risk of injury from flying shards of glass in the event of breakage.GO >>>
Manufactured from multiple layers of polyester film, Safety and Security Films are applied to glass to form a heavy-gauge, high-tensile barrier.
Should your paint become scratched, the BODYFENCE protective film will regenerate with the help of heat from the sun or hot water.GO >>>
Scratches appear on the car body when using automatic mechanical car wash brushes, when rubbing against bushes on road sides, during everyday use or due to an act of vandalism
Car window tinting films are measured in visible light transmission (VLT) levels, which is measured as percentage. So when you see a window tint being referred to as a percentage, this is the VLT, e.g. our 20% dark smoke film has a VLT of 20%.
So what does the percentage actually mean? In simple terms, the VLT is the percentage of light that the film allows to pass through. So a 5% VLT film is very dark as it only lets though 5% of visible light and a 70% film is very light as it lets through 70%.
However, this doesn’t mean that when you apply a 5% tint to your car window it will only allow 5% of light through. The glass in car windows already has a slight tint to it of around 80%. To calculate the actual VLT of the glass with film applied to it, you need to mutiply the VLT of the window tint applied by the VLT of the glass. E.g applying a 5% film to glass with an 80% tint to it, you would multiply 5% x 80% = (0.05×0.80)x100 = 4%. So the glass and window tint would have a combined VLT of 4%.