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Sun Shades Or Perhaps Window Tint? A lower resale value and aesthetic appeal might result from the damage that the sun can do to a vehicle's interior including cracking dashboards and fading upholstery. Fortunately, there are a lot of methods for reducing this problem. Two of the most typical ways are using car sun shades and tinting windows. There are pluses and minuses to both. There are a number of things to consider, including style function and price, when picking the best method of protecting your vehicle. To block damaging UV rays and reduce built up heat, a sun shade covers windows from inside. Sun shades can be found in three versions: rolling, folding and fitted. Rolling shades are affixed to the window and rolled out, like home window shades. Compacted into an accordion shape for easy storage, folding shades unfold for placement into the window. To match a particular make and model of automobile, there are also fitted shades. These shades are available in all price ranges and can be made from a range of materials, from very inexpensive cardboard to high-tech, extremely reflective polymers. They are detachable and can be taken off when the sun isn't a problem or stored in winter months which is one of the best benefits of sun shades. Some of these shades need to be attached with Velcro while others sit in the window. The cost of sun shades ranges from a few dollars to several hundred. Cheaper styles aren't as likely to be durable while higher-end shades generally come with warranties and last a long time by design. Window tinting, on the other hand, is a procedure whereby the car’s windows are covered with protective film, permanently reducing glare. Tinting can be light enough that people are able to see inside the car or dark enough to keep out prying eyes. There are three kinds of tinting film to select from: dyed tinting film, carbon film and crystalline. Commonly used more for looks than efficiency, dyed tinting film is made from two polyester sheets with dye in between. Naturally dark, carbon film is extremely effective at preventing infrared heat. Crystalline film, the costliest of the three, combines many layers, in a sophisticated process that contributes to extremely efficient heat rejection. Tinting windows provides lots of benefits. They are a permanent feature of your car so you never have to insert or remove them. And whether the car is parked or driving on the road, quality tinting keeps the heat out. Finally, countless people are drawn to the aesthetic qualities of tinting and find that it helps make their cars more attractive. The disadvantage to tinting for many is the cost. Crystalline film can cost a great deal while dyed tinting film is the least expensive and can run in the low hundreds. The bottom line is, if you want to keep the heat out while your vehicle is parked, car sun shades might be the choice for you. The most expensive car shades will be extremely effective in protecting your investment by keeping sun damage to a minimum yet still do not come close to the cost of a tinting job. Tinting is a wonderful way to provide all around protection without the bother of installation and removal, and with the added benefit of visual appeal, that is if you are interested in looks and style and can afford it. Custom fit car sun shades are a fantastic way to safeguard the inside of your new vehicle. Take a look at http://www.coolcarshade.com/ for much more information about Color Car Shade. Ride Accessories

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