Category Archives: Fading

One of the most popular reasons why people look into window film is because they want to fight fading. Because our window film reduces glare, blocks most UV rays, and helps keep the causes of fading to a minimum, window tinting certainly helps to significantly reduce the environmental triggers for fading.

Why Fabric Fades (And How to Stop It)

Today’s most in-demand architectural designs for both commercial and residential buildings involve big windows and a lot of natural light. Unfortunately, this light causes fading of the materials that make up your home, such as your rug, art, curtains, or the upholstery of your couch, chair, or ottoman. To best understand how window film helps…
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How to Prevent Furniture Fading

As the grey skies start to break up and we work our way further towards spring, the extra sunshine will be a welcome sight. Unfortunately, with added brightness comes potential for fading materials inside your home. Damaging UV rays can fade fabrics, furniture, carpets, rugs, drapes, artwork, and even your hardwood flooring. To protect your…
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What Causes Furniture Fading?

There are lots of misconceptions about what causes furniture fading, and that’s probably because many people hear different things about the actual damage caused by solar heat and radiation. Fading is the change in color over time in furniture upholstery, wood, art and paintings, and other items. So, what actually causes furniture to fade? ULTRAVIOLET…
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Debunking the Myths and Misconceptions About the Causes of Fading

In our many years of experience providing commercial and residential window tinting services, we have come across some strong misconceptions about the causes of fading. It is usually our customers’ hope that the window tinting we install will prevent the fade of color in their furniture, flooring, art, and other décor. Rest assured: Window tinting…
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