top of page


Here are some great reasons to choose us,

IE Auto Detailing and Tinting as your ONLY choice for all your vehicle's needs:


• We have been in business since 2007

• Advanced Certified Installer and innovator in this industry

• Clean climate control and air filtration facility to ensure a high-quality install

• Lifts, tanks, & deionized water system to help provide our tech with professional equipment

• We have general liability and GARAGE KEEPER insurance…just in case it’s ever needed

  (most shops don’t carry any insurance)

• Our facility has cameras and alarm

• The detailed inspection process before, during, and after installation

• Most of all…This is an art and not a job…The artist will always do a better job!




Nestor is laying down the film on a Tesla Model Y

If you’re a car owner or car enthusiast, then you’ve most likely thought about getting window tint as one of the first upgrades to your vehicle. With so many car window tint options available today, it can be challenging to find the perfect window tint for you. Should you go with ceramic tint, carbon color stable or dyed window film for your vehicle? To make the best decision when looking for window tint, we must first look at the benefits and drawbacks of each type of window tint. Read on to learn more about ceramic tint, carbon color stable tint, and dyed tint, as well as the most important factors to consider when selecting your option.


The most basic tint available is dyed window film also known as regular tint. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a dyed film that darkens the shades of your car windows. This is one of the most widely available window tints; in fact, you’ve probably seen a couple of these films stocked at your local convenience store with acronyms such as VLT 5%, 25%, or even 50%. In its most basic form, VLT stands for Visible Light Transmission; these figures indicate how much light can be transmitted through various films, and it also determines how dark your window will appear after it has been applied. For example, a window with 70% VLT will appear very light, whereas a window with 5% VLT will appear very dark. The higher the number, the more see-through your film is, and the lower the number, the less see-through it is.

You may be wondering why it is so essential for window film to block Infrared light. UV protection is important, but if you want a grade of automotive window tint that not only protects you but also keeps your interior cooler, infrared protection is also essential. When you leave your vehicle in the sun for an extended period, infrared radiation causes the interior temperature in the cabin to rise. This not only causes damages to your car’s interior, especially if you have leather, but it also gives you an uncomfortable face full of hot air when you get in.


If you’re looking for a tint that provides you with better heat rejection properties, then Carbon Color Stable tint is your next best option. Color Stable tint is thought to be a superior grade film in terms of heat rejection and protection compared to dyed window film. One of the most important characteristics of Carbon color stable tint is its resistance to sun fading and discoloration. 


Ceramic tint has been a popular option for many vehicle owners, and for good reason. With numerous advantages over dyed window film, ceramic window tint is the best film available on the market today in terms of protection from harmful UV rays and heat reduction properties.

One of the primary benefits of a ceramic tint, such as  Ceramic IR, is its ability to block up to 99 % of cancer-causing UVA and UVB radiation while filtering 96% of infrared heat. Unlike dyed window film, ceramic window film contains ceramic particles that refract IR rays in different directions, preventing them from entering the car’s cabin. This difference is very noticeable, especially if you’re stuck in traffic on a hot, sunny day.

Another advantage of ceramic window tint over-dyed films is its more significant glare reduction. The sun’s blinding light can be dangerous when driving, causing vision impairment and, ultimately, accidents. You won’t have to worry about the sun’s ability to impair your driving ability with ceramic window tint. Think about it as sunglasses for your car.


Yes, it is. If you want high-quality, high-performance window tint, ceramic tint is the way to go. It not only has the longest lifespan of any tint, but it also protects you and your passengers from everyday road hazards.

Whether you want to improve the look of your car or improve its cooling capabilities, Ceramic tint will provide your vehicle with the long-lasting durability and protection you’re looking for.

Clicl the link below for a free quote

We are your number one stop shop for Auto detailing,Ceramic coating,window tint and ppf/clear bra in the Inland Empire covering the cities of Riverside, Corona, Yorba Linda, Anaheim Hills, Norco, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Rubidoux, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Moreno Valley.

bottom of page