How to spend less for good tint? I would like to share some useful tips here, you can get your whole car tint done below RM500. Normally in the market, good heat rejection tint with Infra Red: 94% and above costs at least RM1000 or some branded tint would even cost RM2000 and above! If you have sufficient budget, then it wouldn’t be any problem. However, most of the consumers have limited budget. So I would like to share some tips on how you spend RM500 wisely to get a high heat rejection tint.
Firstly, you need to know more on the car windows’ structure. You will found that the front windscreen is the largest in size which means most of the heat and sunlight will come in through the front windscreen. So the front windscreen must be installed with good quality tint like IR: 94% and above. Next, the driver seat and the shotgun seat (the seat beside driver) are mostly occupied. So the door glasses on the right and left of the driver seat should be installed with good quality tint. The air-conditioner is also at the front part of the car, so I would like to emphasize that the 3 glasses at the front part of the car need to be installed with good quality tint. Nevertheless, good quality tint is also clearer which is safer for driver’s view.
However, the back door glasses and rear windscreen can be installed with lower quality tint which I would suggest to use tint with IR:70% and above as the effect would be better. According to the latest JPJ rules, there is no limit on the darkness of the tint. As darker tint can block more sunlight so the passengers’ seat won’t be too hot. I believe that with these tips you can definitely spend less with good tint.
- Front windscreen & Front door glasses: >94% IR good quality tint
- Back door glasses & Rear windscreen: 70% IR with darker shade tint