Is SunTek carbon film good?

SunTek® window films offer many of the most desired features in automotive window tint films. Among these are heat and UV rejection, as well as glare reduction. All SunTek films have very good optical clarity, and are backed with a manufacturer’s warranty.

Is SunTek tint better than 3M?

SUNTEK. SunTek is often considered to be 3M’s most direct competitor in terms of window film capabilities, performance, and technology.

Is carbon ceramic tint good?

If you want to save money while also getting good levels of heat rejection, a carbon or metalized window tinting film will be fine. So even though a ceramic window film costs a little extra, the benefits in terms of heat rejection, UV ray protection, and sun glare reduction are massive.

What is the best window tint film?

Best Overall: LEXEN 2-Ply Premium Carbon Roll Window Tint Film. Best Pre-Cut Tint: LEXEN 2-Ply Ceramic All Windows Precut Tint Kit. Best Tint Range: MotoShield Pro Premium Ceramic Window Tint for Auto. #4: TRUE LINE Automotive Computer Customized Pre-Cut Window Tint Kit.

What brand of window tint is the best?

  • MotoShield Pro Premium Precut Ceramic Kit : Best Overall.
  • MotoShield Pro Premium Ceramic : Best Window Tint on a Roll.
  • Lexen Max 2Ply Carbon : Best Precut Carbon Film Kit.
  • Lexen Max 2Ply Premium Carbon : Best Carbon Film on a Roll.
  • Gila Heat Shield Basic : Best for People on a Tighter Budget.

What’s better ceramic or carbon tint?

In terms of quality and durability, the ceramic window is the best option. However, it doesn’t mean it’s what you need, especially if there’s an issue with the budget. Although ceramic is better than carbon in terms of quality, many clients don’t require the level of security that it offers – its shatter-proof feature.

Which is darker ceramic or carbon tint?

Carbon offers the same heat rejection NANO technology as Ceramic, but also adds darkness in the process. You see, no matter how much Ceramic is added the tint gets no darker. By adding charcoal particles (Carbon), over say dye, to achieve ‘the look’ you desire … you can achieve up to 3% more heat rejection.

Who owns SunTek?

Eastman Chemical Company
Suntek Window Films is now a brand owned by Eastman Chemical Company.