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How to tint a sunroom without harming plants?
Method 1: A common problem people have when tinting sunrooms with plants is that the plants will die afterward due to lack of visible light. A blockage of UV rays is okay, but a lack of visible light will cause them to suffer. Films that have a VLT of 29% or more shouldn’t present any problems for most growing plants, but anything more can have an effect. Homeowners should be informed if their plants are receiving less light, and to be careful not to overwater the plants afterward. The plants are receiving less light and do not need as much water as before the tint job.
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