Frequently Asked Questions – TICGARD®

FAQ

FAQ

1Do TICGARD® Window Films comply with JPJ regulations?
Yes, TICGARD® Window Films are selected to comply with JPJ regulations. (VLT of 50% for sides and rear, 70% for front windscreen.
2What is VLT?
VLT is Visible Light Transmission. VLT is the amount of visible light that passess directly through. The darker of the film, the lower of the visible light transmitted.
3What is the Ultraviolet (UV) Rejection?
Ultraviolet Rejection is the percentage of ultraviolet energy deflected away from the window film. Ultraviolet ray can cause interior and furnishings to fade. It can cause skin damage and skin cancer.
4How do I care for my TICGAD® Window Film after installation?
Here are the following ways to care for your TICGARD® Window Film:

• For the first 48 hours, avoid winding down the car windows.
• Allow minimum 7 days after installation before you clean the surface to ensure complete bonding of films to window.
• Do not paste stickers or other adhesive materials (including suction cups) on the TICGARD® Window Film within 1st week of installation.
• Do not apply any external pressure (e.g. window cleaning) within 1 week of installation. After a week, it may be washed using common window cleaning solutions.
• Avoid using sharp and pointed objects in removing dirt and stains.
• Clean your TICGARD® Window Film with a soft and clean synthetic sponge, squeegees, or soft cloth.
• Do not apply cleaning solution, alcohol, ammonia solvents.
5How long does it take for TICGARD® Window Film to dry?
We suggest allowing thirty days for the film to fully dry and cure. During this curing process, it is normal to have small water bubbles and/or a hazy appearance. These will disappear as the film dries; depending upon the film type and weather conditions, drying may take as much as 30 (or even 45) days, or as little as a few days. Once dried, TICGARD ® Window Film will look great and perform for many years to come.