Window tinting films are made mostly in America using a very specialised technique called “sputtering”, which deposits certain metals onto the film to give it the desired insulating properties.

The sputtering technique was developed by NASA when they were sending people into space.

They needed to protect the astronauts from the sunlight coming through the windows in the space shuttle and the standard dyed film was not enough.

Because of the cost of the metals and the specialised machines needed to manufacture these films, the product is not cheap.

Many companies in Australia buy the rolls of film in bulk to get a better price.

Rusty’s Window Tinting has negotiated deals with Australian suppliers to get top quality window films at reasonable prices.