Do I Want Frosted Window Film or Tinted?
Many people want to change their car windows, but there’s an important choice to make once you’ve decided to do it – do you want to use frosted window film or tinted?
First, let’s discuss what tinted and frosted actually means:
Frosted Window Film
Frosted window films is almost impossible to do by yourself – it requires a professional auto-tint shop with highly specialized tools. A completed, frosted window will typically look like it has been sandblasted, and can have a decent amount of blurriness to protect privacy. It is almost always used exclusively in commercial products and for industrial use.
Tinted windows are more often seen, particularly in personal or automobile use. Depending on the level of tint you choose, you can increase or decrease the light that goes through the tint, changing the level of privacy and opacity to meet your preference.
Now, let’s compare the two, to see which choice is right for you.
For cost, there’s almost no argument. Even getting them done by an auto tint shop will have clear cost differences, and tinted windows are almost always cheaper. Once again, this is because of the reduced need for specialized tools or training to install tinted windows, saving you both time and money.
One of the most common requested reasons for tinting is the preference for cooler interiors, whether it be an automobile or home. In this case, tinted windows once again win. By providing you with several choices on tint shades, you have the opportunity to craft your temperature to your exact needs.
One again, tinted windows gets this round. Even with maximum frosting, those on the outside can still see shapes under the windows, revealing whether or not someone is behind frosted glass. With tinted windows, our darkest shades are essentially opaque.
Between frosting and tinting, tinted windows are the clear winner. Get yours today!