This post is part of a paid sponsorship 3M Window Film. All opinions are my own.
As a family, we spend a lot of time in our vehicles. Between work, errands and plenty of road trips, we’re in our cars almost as much as we’re in our house. One thing we don’t often think about is how the rays of the sun can affect the interior of our cars and even us while we are in our vehicles.Thankfully there is a way to safely protect your family and your vehicle’s interior from the sun’s UV rays – with 3M™ Automotive Window Film.
3M Automotive Window Film Crystalline Series is a multilayer optical film that combines over 200 layers of nanotechnology in a film that is thinner than a Post-It® Note.
With 3M Automotive Window Film, you can choose your shade and how light or dark you want your windows. Light tint rejects up to 60% of solar energy and 97% of heat-producing infrared rays.
With 3M Automotive Window Film Crystalline Series, a layer of film blocks 99.9% of UV light providing an SPF of up to 1000 for drivers and passengers. Since we spend so much time in our cars, this was a no-brainer. It’s not something many people think about, but the harmful rays of the sun can still reach you inside your vehicle.
I put such a focus on sun protection and sunscreen when we spend time outside our vehicles, why not protect ourselves inside as well?
You don’t have to worry about interference with mobile devices, GPS or satellite radio reception either. The non-metalized window film lets drivers stay connected without interference.
Thinking of protecting your vehicle’s interior from the sun? Visit the FIND A DEALER page to find certified installers for 3M Automotive window films near you.
To learn more visit 3M.com.