STEK Brand Windshield Films FAQs

What types of Windshield Protection Films does STEK have?

STEK offers WINDSHIELD effect, our basic PET-based windshield film, and DYNOflex, our innovative TPU-based windshield film.

What is DYNOflex?

DYNOflex is STEK’s revolutionary TPU-based windshield film set to protect against the strongest of impacts. Our proprietary TPU base film makes the film highly elastic, requiring no molding nor heat guns for instalaltion. This allows our installers to have faster turnover of vehicles, making them earn higher revenues.

Learn more about DYNOflex here.

What happens if I scratch DYNOflex?

DYNOflex is made to be scratch-resistant against light scratches.

However, they can still be prone to scratches especially by tools and wipers. Once scratched, these scratches do not disappear.

We highly recommend taking precautions to ensure no scratches on your film.

What is Windshield EFFECT?

WINDSHIELD effect is STEK’s basic PET-based windshield film, just like most films found in the market. It is made with high clarity for our car owners and with our innovative PET technology making shrinking faster for faster installations.

What happens if I scratch WINDSHIELD effect?

WINDSHIELD effect is made with a hard top coating that is made to be scratch-resistant against light scratches.

However, they can still be prone to scratches especially by tools and wipers. Once scratched, these scratches do not dissapear.

We highly recommend taking precautions to ensure no scratches on your film.

What is the difference between Windshield Effect vs DYNOflex?

WINDSHIELD effect is a basic PET-based windshield film, just like most films found in the market, while DYNOflex is our innovative TPU-based windshield film, unique to the market.

WINDSHIELD effect is stronger against scratches while DYNOflex is made with greater impact-protection. DYNOflex is also revolutionary when it comes to installation due to its higher elasticity and flexibility, removing the need for molding and heat guns, cutting your installation time by up to 50%!

Are there any special precautions or maintenance when installing DYNOflex?

First, DYNOflex is rolled in the opposite way than most films. The capsheet is located on the inside of the roll. This was done to reduce tunneling. Additionally, because DYNOflex is a TPU-based film, similar to PPFs, not much pressure is needed to properly attach the film to the surface.

Lastly, we recommend using STEK’s SLIP TAC, our 2-in-1 slip and tack solution to help ease your installation.

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