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Car Window Film Shop Recommendations ?

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I need to replace the film on my car windows.

 

Can somebody recommend a good quality shop that has polarized UV blocking film ?

 

General Pattaya area, please.

 

Many Thanks,

luudee

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On Sukhumvit past pattaya Nua on the left - continue until you get to the bridge with the clock in (just before the left turn to naklua) - Turn right at the bridge, towards "pong -  after 100m on the right you will see a car glass / widnscreen place - Ask for "Pete" he does the glass film fittng - speaks v good english ....

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Never tried this place but spotted a few times. Directly behind the Numchai on Sukumvit. If you come out from Klang you would go left and immediately get over to the right for the U-Turn. Be careful here as you need to go nearly straight across. 

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where every you go make sure they are not using a generic film ... insist at the very least M3 is used .. geneic (cheap Chinese sh*te) starts the break down very quickly.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Elmer Fudd said:

If you're trying to block heat then go for a ceramic tint. Regular tint does very little to block heat. 

 

Where would I get that ?

 

Thanks,

luudee

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My 23 year old clunker has a working AC. Window films are just for appearance.

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8 hours ago, banglay said:

 insist at the very least M3 is used

Is that a china knock off of 3M ?

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On 12/6/2019 at 9:40 AM, luudee said:

 

Where would I get that ?

 

Thanks,

luudee

Most companies make a ceramic film, usually it's their high end/most expensive option. 3M would be a good option but any ceramic film works great.

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8 hours ago, DrTuner said:

Pop autoglass did a decent job, they also changed a cracked windscreen on my old daily Nissan beater: https://goo.gl/maps/d6NXRFETrhpGYjQE6

They did a good job on a new windscreen and new side window for me. They were recommended by the insurance co for the windscreen. However they can get very busy which can mean a very long wait or did last year.  

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