WFCT Continues in San Antonio

September 28th, 2018 by Katie Brown

Day two at the International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off was packed full of action. Between the sessions, competitions and many great vendors, participants were never left without something to do. Window Film Magazine had a chance to speak with some of the vendors and see what they are promoting at the show.

Deco Film Depot opened for business just  about six months ago and is showing off its gradient and tinted film patterns.

Meanwhile, 44 Tools shook things up with its new line of towels. “We kept selling a lot of our standard towels and our customers started asking for more options with better quality. That’s when we knew it was time to start a line of towels, and we ran out of them for our booth yesterday because people see the need for them,” Tim Neely, 44 Tools representative, said.

Armolan Window Films is excited to be exhibiting at the show for the first time. The company is showing its high-performance and non-reflective solar control window film. The company makes films for both the automotive and architectural film industries.

Source One Digital is showing its graphic window films, as well as its new sister website, CreativeFx. This website gives clients the ability to decide exactly what they want on their film, all within a convenient website.

Dynamic Glass Products showed off their switchable window films. This film can be tinted by the flip of a switch, engaging privacy on demand.

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