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Why Choose Ceramic Pro's KAVACA IR Ceramic Tint?

Updated: Feb 7



Ceramic Window Tint Install - Blackout AZ Queen Creek

Ceramic Pro's KAVACA Ceramic IR window tint boasts several significant benefits, setting it apart from traditional tints:

Superior Heat Rejection:

  • Blocks up to 96% of infrared heat entering your vehicle, keeping it cooler and more comfortable, especially in hot climates.

  • Reduces reliance on air conditioning, potentially improving fuel efficiency.


Enhanced Clarity and Visibility:

  • Metal-free tint film ensures high light transmission and minimal distortion, unlike traditional metalized films that can affect signal reception and nighttime visibility.

  • Available in various Visible Light Transmission (VLT) levels to find the perfect balance between privacy and clarity.

UV Protection:

  • Blocks over 99% of harmful UVA and UVB rays, protecting your skin and car's interior from sun damage.

Anti-Glare Properties:

  • Reduces glare from bright headlights and sunlight, improving driving comfort and safety.

Durability and Scratch Resistance:

  • Nano-ceramic technology forms a strong, scratch-resistant film that stays clear and vibrant for years.

Signal Interference Prevention:

  • Unlike metallic tints, KAVACA films won't interfere with radio, GPS, or mobile phone signals.

Warranty:

  • Ceramic Pro offers a lifetime warranty on its KAVACA window tint, giving you peace of mind about its quality and performance.

Additional Benefits:

  • Enhanced privacy depending on chosen VLT level.

  • Easier cleaning and maintenance of car windows.

  • Increased resale value of your vehicle.

Overall, Ceramic Pro's KAVACA Ceramic IR window tint provides a premium solution for those seeking maximum heat rejection, clarity, and protection for their car and its occupants. 


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Are you looking for window tint on your vehicle? Give us a call 480-630-6090


Blackout AZ is your Queen Creek  Elite Dealer for Window Tint, PPF, and Ceramic Coating. We serve the East Mesa, Queen Creek and San Tan Valley area. 

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