Pro-Tint in Saskatoon receives a number of frequently asked questions from our customers. Read the questions and answers to find out information on questions you might have. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Wait a few days after your film is newly installed to ensure the film is completely bonded to the window. When you do clean your windows, do not use any blue colored cleaners as they usually contain ammonia. Instead, use a citrus based cleaner or others that are made specifically for tinted windows. A microfiber cloth is best to use to avoid scratches.
It depends on the type of film and window. Most are applied only to the inside, while some are applied to the inside and outside, such as dual-pane windows with glare control films.
Pro-Tint's window films can be applied year round.
Your plants may need some time to adjust to the change in light, but they should be fully adjusted after a five day period. Heat control films are the most compatible with sensitive indoor plants. Move your plants a foot further into the room two days before the film installation, and another foot the day before. After your films are installed, move the plants a foot closer to the window the first day and one more foot closer the second day (back to their original position).
While this protection is not indefinite, Pro-Tint's films still measure at optimal protection after 25 years.
Yes—Pro-Tint's products can be applied in a bathroom and other high moisture areas without any problems.
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