Tint Benefits

Improve the appearance

Tinting your car windows is a low-cost way of dramatically improving the appearance of your car. With a range of different tint shades available, you can choose the ones to match your preferred style.

Block dangerous UV Rays

Our window tint blocks 99% UV rays to help reduce your risk of skin cancer.


Car tint guards your personal privacy no matter where you are. Not only that, but it also protects the things inside your car when you’re not around.

Upholstery protection

The heat and UV rays from direct sunlight can turn your upholstery into a mess in a few short years, but did you know this is highly preventable? Car tint keeps your car interior from getting hot enough to warp, fade, or crack.

UV Protection

Block dangerous UV Rays to help reduce your risk of skin cancer

Did you know drivers in the UK have a higher rate of skin cancer on their right side due to exposure while driving?

Here’s a scientific fact that most people find hard to believe: While it’s rare to get sunburned through your car windows, harmful ultraviolet (UVA) rays that contribute to premature ageing and skin cancer can still reach you. Damage from UVA rays is cumulative as they penetrate deep into the skin and can silently accelerate the ageing process, cause wrinkles and even skin cancer. In fact, research shows that drivers in the UK. have a higher rate of skin cancer on their right side due to exposure while driving.

Why put up with this risk when you don’t have to any longer?

Our range of window tint blocks more than 99% of harmful UV rays. It’s why The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends window tint as part of a comprehensive skincare program.

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Window Tinting FAQ

Can I have my front 2 door windows tinted?

Yes, you can. B.N.Window Tinting & Car Wrapping have a new film that can be legally installed on front door windows. Our automotive film offers protection against UVA rays whilst sitting in the car and can prevent sun-induced skin damage.

How long before I can use my windows?

Allow the film to cure for 3 to 5 days before lowering windows. Your new film takes between 1 and 2 weeks to fully cure. Please note that window film will take a lot longer to dry out and cure in winter than opposed to the summer months.

Why on some windows do you get a silver line around the edge?

On some windows, mainly non-winding, there are black dots around the edge of the glass. This is called the dot matrix and is produced using a Teflon type material, which is factory fitted. When the film is applied it sticks to the dot matrix and not the glass, which traps air and water between the dots giving it the silver look. With some windows, it can’t be helped whereas others will evaporate and look fine. It all depends on the thickness of the dot matrix, which will vary depending on the make and model of the car.

Do you offer a guarantee with your work?

Yes, we offer a lifetime guarantee for installation, as long as you own your car.

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