Clear film can be used on all windows (except the front windscreen). The Cancer Council Endorsed UV Clear film is the perfect solution for those who do not want a coloured film but want to achieve protection against harmful UV rays. UV Clear has been independently tested by ARPANSA and is rated at UPF 50+ […]
I HAVE JUST PURCHASED A LUXURY VEHICLE WHICH FEATURES A LEATHER INTERIOR. HOW SHOULD I TAKE CARE OF THIS?
HYDRO interior protection is specially formulated to protect and preserve leather surfaces such as seats, door trims, dash and console areas. The coating is a permanent solution to preventing UV induced fading & discolouration, cracking & splitting as well as excellent stain resistance to food & drink spills. Simply wipe the coated areas with a […]
Early paint protection products were predominately used to prevent UV damage and protect against fading and discolouration of the paintwork. Some improvements were made to these early formulas which also offered some protection from corrosive substances such as bird droppings and tree sap, however these formulas all had one thing in common; the abrasion caused […]
No. Films cannot be applied to the windscreen, however, the good news is that the windscreen on all new vehicles is made from laminated glass. Laminated glass delivers very high UV protection – it blocks out the majority of both UVA and UVB rays.
Clear film is often applied over privacy glass. Given that privacy glass is usually quite dark (and may have a measured VLT as low as 20-25%) it is not legal to apply a coloured film over this. Application of a clear film can deliver the maximum protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays. The MotorOne […]
Yes. The range of Cancer Council Endorsed Window Films differ in a number of ways: Optical Clarity: all films in the range feature outstanding optical clarity. Independent Testing: All films have been tested by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) and have received the highest possible UPF rating of 50+. Cancer Council […]
In Australia (and many other countries) there are state laws that require a minimum amount of (filtered) light must enter through glass. This is referred to as VLT or visual light transmitted. There are also restrictions where tint can be applied and no film of any type (including clear film) can be applied to the […]
Use a good quality cloth or chamois and warm water. Window cleaners can be used, provided the cleaning agent does not contain any ammonia. Ammonia in the cleaner will burn the film and leave what appears to be a permanent streak.
I have just taken delivery of my new vehicle and noticed my window film appears to be hazy and milky in appearance – is this normal?
This is quite normal. High performance window films need to fully cure and (and any moisture evaporate) before maximum optical clarity is achieved. Curing time varies and is dependent on temperature and humidity. In cooler climates window films can take up to 14 days to fully cure.
What should I expect when I take delivery of my vehicle – will there be any difference in the appearance of my paintwork?
Essentially, ceramic coatings will enhance the colour and shine of your paintwork. Visually, results will vary and this is dependent on the colour and type of paint. The coating takes around 3 days to fully cure. Once curing is completed, the coating will achieve maximum gloss and protection.