Premium Dyed film has excellent clarity, and also comes standard with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. This film is a great all around option for any color combination that you have on your car.
The only issue with having a dyed window film on your car is that over time, these films will begin to lose their color, and possibly turn purple at some point. This is true for any window tinting film that is a dyed product including top brands like LLumar, 3M, and Suntek. You will definitely find these issues with many low quality films that dominate the low priced category for car window tinting prices.
Purchasing a dyed window film for your car could possibly mean that at some point in time you may have to have the film removed and replaced.
We can’t tell you how long these window films will last, because there are too many variables that will effect longevity. If your car is in the sun the majority of the day, the life of these films are greatly diminished because the Sun has more time to break down the dyes in the film, causing discoloration. Look around at other cars that are tinted as you are driving during the day. You will see films that have lost their color, look completely purple in appearance, and possibly are bubbled up due to film failure. These are generally dyed window film products.
Most of the companies we compete against only care about getting your money now, and could care less about what might happen with your window film installation later on down the road. We make sure to explain the difference between all our films, and what you can expect from them over time. If you are looking for a window film that will not turn purple, and has a lifetime color stability warranty, please take a hard look at our Terraflex Carbon and Ceramic PanaFlex films.
▪ Good entry level film.
▪ Neutral appearance, non-reflective.
▪ Provides very good U.V. rejection.
▪ Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Film Rating: GOOD
Our featured premium film Is RetroFLEX available in 20% and 35% shades.