What You'll Get
Tinted windows are like sunglasses for automobiles, imbuing their wearers with aloof and brooding allure in mall parking lots, car washes, and college lecture halls. Boost your car's appeal with today's Groupon to The Tint Shop. Choose between two options:
• For $15, you get an Aquapel glass treatment (a $39.95 value).
• For $50, you get $100 worth of window tinting, headlight lens films, and other services.
A 3M–authorized dealer, The Tint Shop's automobile ardents can clear up beleaguered car complexions with a passel of waterproofing, window-tinting, and paint-protection services. Brushed onto car windows, Aquapel glass treatment repels water, reduces glare, and counteracts witches' storm-conjuring hexes, increasing visibility in the rain. Its fluorinated compounds form a chemical bond with glass, helping its effects last for several months. Carriage cosseters can also apply a standard tint ($129–$249) to stop the North Star from staring creepily through car windows or anoint headlights with clear and color protective lens films ($150/two lights). The Tint Shop also performs remote-start installations ($199+) for cars feeling particularly envious of televisions and clap-on ceiling lights.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Tint Shop
The Tint Shop outfits vehicles and businesses with all their tinting needs using a majority 3M products, a trade that's earned the business accolades on the Democrat and Chronicle's Rochester’s Choice list for nine years in a row. The shop’s film-application specialists cloak auto glass with six different types of film, from high-performance charcoal sheaths to fun tints in a rainbow of colors. Solar-control films block up to 99% of the sun's rays—keeping upholstery from fading and bread from toasting—while specially designed safety and security films reinforce glass to protect it during harsh weather or burglaries. Aside from treating windows, The Tint Shop's crew also masks headlights and taillights and soups up rides with vinyl graphics, audio and video systems, car alarms, and remote starters.