Auto Glass ProtectionWindshield and Window Treatment
Benefits of Glass Protection Treatment
Glass has millions of microscopic pores that can trap dirt and increase the likelihood of damage to your windshield. Our GlassParency coating chemically bonds to your glass to repel rain snow, mud, dirt, and more. This not only allows for safer driving during treacherous weather conditions but also helps prevent grime from building up on your glass.
GlassParency’s hydrophobic properties help defect heavy rain to provide you with a clearer view of the road. It also reduces night glare for better visibility.
Easy To Clean
Prevent dirt and grime from caking onto your vehicle’s windows and preserve your glass. It also helps prevent water spotting and staining.
Our glass treatment makes it extremely difficult for ice to cling to your window during winter storms. It also allows for faster defrosting.
The Glass Protection Process
Meet With Our Certified Installers
Request your free quote and get connected with a certified installer at Professional Window Tinting. Once you’ve chosen the windows you’d like to treat, we’ll get to work! We offer glass treatments for cars, trucks, limos, and more!
Treat Your Vehicle
To ensure maximum glass protection, we follow a two-part chemical application. After we thoroughly clean your vehicle, we apply two separate chemicals. The first bonds to the silica within the glass’ pores and the second reacts to the first chemical to form an ultra-hydrophobic barrier.
Enjoy Under Warranty
Your treatment is warrantied for up to three years as long as the glass is properly maintained. The maintenance process is very simple, but we highly recommend bringing your vehicle back to us for premium care and peace of mind. Get your free quote on GlassParency glass protection today!
GlassParency in Action
Experience the Benefits of Glass Protection
Call Professional Window Tinting at (302) 456-3456 or fill out the form for a free quote and consultation.
Newark - Auto, Commercial & Residential
9 Albe Drive #ANewark, DE 19702