Window Tint Service in Columbus, Ohio

Not only does window tint look cool, it feels cool as well. Protect your vehicle from heat, harmful UV rays and other factors that depreciate your investment. Our reputation precedes us as the most professional window tinting service in Lewis Center & Columbus, OH.


Call Us for an Estimate or to Schedule a Window Tint – 614-431-WASH


Why Choose a Tint?

  • Safety
  • UV Protection
  • Interior Heat Reduction
  • Aesthetic Appeal

Some Safety Benefits of Our Window Tinting Services Are

  • Acts as reinforcement for glass and assists in holding the glass pieces together in an instance of breakage.
  • Helps in protecting skin membranes of you and your family from direct heat and light from the sun.
  • Assists in protection of heat, glare, fatigue and eye strains.

We are proud to offer American Standard Window Film with the Excel Series and Excell IRP used by our professionals here at MCB Car Wash.

Excel Series

The Excel Series is a non-reflective, 1.5 mil 2 ply black color stable dyed film, that is the most durable choice for a lifetime. This window tint film provides; Excellent Optical Clarity, Durable Scratch Resistant Coating, Solar Control, Heat Rejection, and Blocks 99% Ultraviolet Rays.

Excel IRP

The latest enhancement to our signature Excel product, Excel IRP, (IR Performance) incorporates an IR nano-particle coating that maximizes optical clarity while building a comprehensive shield of protection from heat, glare and harmful UV and IR rays. The remarkable solar control and color stability of the non-metal Excel IRP, along with its uncompromising aesthetics, places it a cut above other IR blocking films. As with all other ASWF products, it is endorsed with a lifetime factory-backed warranty.

If you’re looking for the best window tinting near me, look no further and get a free quote now!

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1. Do not roll your windows down for 3 – 5 days – We place the film down behind the window weather-stripping but it needs time to adhere to the glass and the water to dry.
2.Do not use anything abrasive when cleaning the film – Paper towels are fine but do not use any type of scouring pad.
3. Do not use any window cleaners with ammonia- The best cleaner (and least expensive and healthier) is to use a couple of drops of baby shampoo or dishwashing liquid in a spray bottle.
4. Do not let go of your seatbelt when you remove it- If you let go of your seatbelt as you remove it sometimes when it recoils it can hit the window and nick the film.
Lastly, remember the film needs time to dry and adhere to the glass therefore it may have some slight distortion and cloudiness which will eventually disappear once the film has completely cured.

We would like you to have some background knowledge on auto glass tinting. Although we use one of the best material films on the market, and do quality workmanship, there are some factors to deal with:

Dot Matrix are small dots the factory puts around the edge of some windows and along the back glass as a visual cosmetic border. These dots are basically bumps on the glass that may cause the film to stick on the dots instead of the window. This will not cause the film to peel but will seem silver in appearance. This is normal and will not disappear. Once the film dries, it’s sometimes possible to press them down to some degree.

Because of the metallization process which our films undergo, much of the gel used in our application process gets trapped between the film and the glass and does not evaporate through the film as easily as a non-metalized film. This causes the film to have a “cloudy” or “milky” appearance. DO NOT GET ALARMED! It will disappear but it can take up to a couple of weeks, especially in colder climates. Gradually it will form small cloudy spots and eventually these will go away. If after a couple of weeks, you have not seen this cloudiness start to disappear let us know.

Customer accepts all liability for tints darker than the legal limit of 50% on DRIVER and PASSENGER FRONT windows.

We will not warranty any film that has been rubbed, scratched, hit, ECT by rings, jewelry, or any hard objects of any kind.


Can window film be matched to vehicle factory window tint?

In most cases yes, depending on how old the film is and whether or not a color stable film was used.

Do I need to wait to roll my windows down?

We recommend that you leave your vehicle windows rolled up for at least 48 hours after window film has been installed. This allows the film to cure and adhere to the glass before the window is moved.

Will the film affect my rear defroster, or will my rear defroster affect the film?

No, window film nor the car’s rear defroster will be affected.

Do I have to come to your location to have my vehicle tinted?

MCB Car Wash only installs window film on vehicles inside our clean, air-conditioned facility. This way we have complete control over the environment we install window film in. This is how you receive the most quality job.

What is the legal limit of tint in Ohio?

Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 5 inches of the windshield. Front Side windows: Must allow more than 50% of light in. Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used. Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.

Can I darken vehicle factory window tint?

Yes. As long as it is factory window tint, we can install window film directly on the glass. Factory window tint’s color is actually a pigment in the glass. Aftermarket window film also has many more solar benefits than factory window tint. Factory tint only rejects part of the UV rays, and only rejects a small amount of heat. Aftermarket window film rejects 99% of ultraviolet rays and between 35%-60% of heat, depending on the film level used. In addition to these benefits, darkening factory tinted glass will give you more privacy for storing your personal items in the back of the vehicle.

Can window film be applied to any surface?

No. The adhesive is meant to adhere to glass only. Window film should only be applied to glass surfaces that have a smooth finish. Plastics, Plexiglas, or Lexan contain too much oil for the film to adhere properly for a long period of time.