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Auto Windows Tint Color

Auto / April 6, 2020

Window Tint comes in a variety of different shades to meet your individual needs. Most window tint manufacturers make some variation of the shades below. The actual Visible Light Transmission may vary a little bit but they are all basically the same. The state of Arizona requires that the front doors of all passenger vehicles be no darker than 33% VLT. The back sides and back windows however can be as dark as you would like.

Eclipse Series Window Tint

Excellent styling, color and clarity with your budget in mind.

FX Premium Automotive Window Films

FX Premium delivers good looks and great performance, keeping you and your passengers cool and comfortable. As 3M’s newest automotive window film addition, FX Premium offers an economical alternative without sacrificing quality. Because FX Premium is non-metallized, you will enjoy no signal interference on your cell phone, satellite radio or GPS system.

These darker shaded films are designed to reject solar heat that is produced from visible light. FX Premium rejects up to 45% of the heat coming through your windows. FX Premium films also provide significant glare relief, allowing only 5% to 55% of the light into your car.

Color Stable Automotive Window Films

Don’t settle for anything less! 3M Color Stable’s appearance rivals tinted factory glass, never turns purple, and provides high heat rejection with no signal interference! 3M’s revolutionary nano-carbon polyester provides an incredible look, amazing color stability, and is non-metallized to ensure no signal interference.

Crystalline Series Window Films

If you are looking for the ultimate in high technology, superior clarity and performance with a premium look – Then 3M Crystalline Automotive Window Film is for you. 3M Crystalline Automotive Window Films feature a proprietary, multilayer optical film technology that combines over 200 layers in a film that is thinner than a Post-it® Note. This unique technology is the reason a clear film can reject more heat than darker films, without changing your car’s appearance.

Source: abettertint.com