UV Protection with Window Tint for Your Kia Kona
This Kia Kona was a sharp looking car when it came into our Orlando window tint shop, but it was lacking something every vehicle in Central Florida needs: window film that protects the car from that all powerful Sunshine State sun. In a matter of hours, we took care of that by installing heat-blocking window tint that has this 2019 Kia Kona cooler than ever inside. And the fact that it looks cooler from the outside, too? Well that’s just one more benefit.
Heat Blocking Window Tint for Kia Kona
When the sun’s invisible but hot infrared light passes through the glass windows of a car, it creates a greenhouse effect inside, warming up the cabin — in fact, the reason greenhouses work at all, keeping plants warm even in cool temperatures, is because sunlight enters through the glass and then warms that concentrated area.
By blocking a large portion of the sun’s infrared light, window tint like we applied on this 2019 Kia Kona in Orlando prevents that initial warming from growing too intense, so the vehicle stays cooler and more comfortable and will require less use of air conditioning. That means less fuel spent to cool the car down and puts some money back into your pocket, another nice benefit along with the comfort.
Blocking UV Damage with Auto Window Film
Reduced interior heat is definitely one of the major selling points of window tint for cars, but in Orlando the abundance of sunshine also means the chance for lots of interior damage caused by ultraviolet light. UV light can cause fading, cracking, and discoloring on many surfaces inside a car, and it can cause skin damage after long exposure, too. So block out that UV light with a window tint that rejects full 99% of the sun’s harmful UV light.