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Gila JS248 Peel and Cling Super Limo Black 35% VLT Static Cling Glare Control Automotive Window Tint

by Gila

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35% Dark Smoke
  • 90 day warranty and static cling application
  • Removable and reusable
  • Rejects up to 61 percent glare
  • Visible Light Transmission 35 percent
  • No adhesive needed
  • Size 24" x 6.5'
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Gila JS248 Peel and Cling Super Limo Black 35% VLT Static Cling Glare Control Automotive Window Tint + GILA FS600 Window Film Complete Application Tool Kit + GILA USS46 Ultra Shield Dark Smoke 35% Scratch Resistant Heat Plus UV Protection Automotive Window Tint
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Product Information

Color: 35% Dark Smoke
Technical Details
BrandGila
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions24.4 x 2 x 1.4 inches
Item model numberJS248
Manufacturer Part NumberJS248
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB004YJWA74
Best Sellers Rank #83,358 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 25, 2011
  
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Product Description

Color: 35% Dark Smoke

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Gila’s Peel and Cling auto tint is an easy to install, color stable window tint that increases the privacy and attractiveness of your automobile. Manufactured in Gila's state-of-the-art factory in Martinsville, VA the Peel and Cling auto tint utilizes a scratch resistant coating and deep dyed color to keep looking great for years. It won’t turn purple or clear over time like cheap imitations. And with Gila's static cling application and your careful installation it will not bubble or peel over time.

Easy to install
Easy to install
Easy to Install

Gila Auto Tints are easy to install. It's recommended to watch Gila's installation video to learn tips and tricks. But of key importance is utilizing plenty of Gila application solution to keep the film and window wet during installation. Do not attempt to install the film dry or with plain water. The wetter, the better. The application solution lubricates the film so you can “slide” it to the correct position. Then the solution helps to remove air, dust, and dirt when you squeegee down the film. Install when ambient temperature is between 45 and 90 degrees F and avoid direct sunlight. You have 24-48 hours to fix any imperfections. Simply peel back the film being careful not to tear or crease it, clean away the imperfection, and remount. After 24-48 hours the film is bonded to the window.

Please check your state tint laws prior to purchasing. In some instances it may be beneficial to use lighter tint on the forward side windows and darker on the back side and rear windows.

Note on Rear Windows

Heavily curved or domed rear windows found on many sedans can be difficult to tint using a solid sheet of film. Try utilizing one of Gila's rear window kits (sold separately) in these cases which allows you to install the film in strips that are easier to manage. For flatter rear windows such as those found on trucks, SUVs or crossovers you should have no issue using any of the Gila films.

Standard Adhesive vs. "Peel and Cling" (aka, Static Cling) Tints

Most Gila Auto Tints utilize Gila's EZ Mount Adhesive to bond to the window which provides near perfect visual clarity. Peel and Cling films utilize static to bond to the window and are 7 times thicker than films using adhesives. Because of that you may find a slight haziness or visual distortion with Peel and Cling tints. Both install exactly the same way and are equally durable. Peel and Cling tints have the added benefit of being removable and reusable.


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Product Description

Gila super limo black 35 percent VLT peel and cling (static cling) glare control automotive window tint is the automotive films, the brand leader in DIY (do it yourself) auto window tint. Our best in class deep dyeing, coating and adhesive technologies have helped design higher performing, longer lasting films that are among the best in the marketplace. Gila manufactures and package our films at our world class manufacturing facility located in Martinsville, VA USA, in order to measure and ensure tight quality and performance standards from start to finish. The lower the VLT percent, the darker the film.


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Customer Reviews

It was easy to install and get the bubbles out.
Varennex
So please make sure you get the proper tint or else you are just going to get pulled over or take it off when you can't see behind you!
HonestBuddha
I had put the film on the driver side window around 2pm in the shade.
petahbread

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Bob on November 4, 2011
Color Name: 35% Dark Smoke Verified Purchase
This was my first time ever using any window tint, but, I must say it was much easier than I thought. HELPFUL TIP: apply on a warm day,(about 70-80 degrees) and in the shade(you don't want the soap & water to dry to quickly). Instead of buying window stray and squeegee, To save some money, I went to my local dollar store and bought cheap baby shampoo and a 3 piece spatula set ($2.00 for everything). Take the large spatula and cut off the handle (that's your squeegee), the med. & small spatulas are great for working the film down inside your door. If your car door has cloth, get a large trash bag and tape it as close to the window you can get (slapping soap and water on the inside of the window can get messing). For my car, my first two windows were in the sun (it formed tiny air bubbles under the film), the other two windows were in the shade (nice and smooth). Go to 'gilafilm.com' and watch the video, as many times as it takes before trying to tint your windows, I did, 4 times, and had no problems. I've only had the tint on for about 1 1/2 mos. now, but noticed a big differents. 35% to me ,is great, dark enough to reduce sunlight, but light enough at night to see through. BE CAREFUL NOT TO GO TO DARK, WHAT SEEMS GREAT IN THE BRIGHT SUN, MIGHT BE A SAFETY HAZARD AT NIGHT!!! BESURE TO CHECK YOUR STATE AND LOCAL LAWS BEFORE TINTING YOUR WINDOWS!! SOME STATES FORBID TINTING OF ANY KIND!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By The Passenger on May 26, 2012
Color Name: 20% Limo Black
I've had this on my car for 10+ years. I had no problem getting the bubbles out, just use lots of barely soapy water when putting it on and you squeegee those bubbles right out. Also, the "static cling" tint is only for those windows where you want to be able to easily remove it and without damage (adhesive tint requires a razor blade to remove). In my opinion, the only windows that qualify for this are windows with painted-on heater/defroster stripes. If you use regular (adhesive) tint on defroster stripes, they'll come off when the tint comes off. Not good. So, basically the static cling tint is for the back window. By the way, my back window is curved on the sides and this follows the curves just great without bunching or bubbling up.

Cut it roughly to size (ideally, about an inch bigger all around than the window but don't screw that up!!) After cleaning the window thoroughly, start in the middle and just slap it up there. Make sure that it's even, overlaps the window all around, etc. Then, peel back about 1/3 and spray it down with soapy water. Quite a bit of it. Work the bubbles from the inside to the edge. Look at it (or have a friend look at it) from the outside - the bubbles are really obvious from the outside. Once you get that all nice and perfect, peel back and roll up the other 2/3rds and spray it down. Do the same, but work the bubbles towards the closest edge starting with where you've got the first 1/3 perfect. Once it's perfectly even all around and you've worked all of the bubbles out, start cutting it with a razor blade to the exact right size. Start at the bottom (your screw ups won't be nearly as noticeable).
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By William K on October 4, 2012
Color Name: 35% Dark Smoke Verified Purchase
I ordered this hoping it would be enough to do the driver and passenger windows in my car. Half way through the project, I cut a piece that was too short to cover the driver side window and had to go to Advance Auto Parts for another roll of tint to avoid driving for a couple days with one untinted window waiting for another roll to arrive. The extra roll was also made by Gila but it had adhesive on it as opposed to being static cling, which has the feel of being more or less, a fancy reusable sticker.

After a week of driving and rolling down the passenger side window a few times, about a two inch strip of film started peeling back from one of the corners and now it can't be fixed. The tint on the driver side window has stayed in place perfectly.

I also have a few small bubbles in the tint on both sides but they blend in on the driver side a lot more than they do with the static cling film on the passenger side. Both sides are done in 35%.

Now I have to redo the passenger side and I plan to do it again with Gila, just not with static cling type film.

As a side note, this was a re-tint on my car and I found an easy way to get the old tint off by using a razor to peel back enough to get your fingers onto the film and using a hair dryer to warm up the rest of the window while you slowly peel the tint back. Just look up the youtube video for it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bill on October 22, 2012
Color Name: 20% Limo Black
After installing this on my cars rear window it rendered it unsafe due to the heavy distortion, resulting in me having to take it off. If you are serious about tinting your cars windows do not waste your time and money on this product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mandy Payne HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 5, 2011
Color Name: 5% Super Limo Black Verified Purchase
This worked well for what I had in mind. I used it on my bedroom window because the day begins about an hour before I feel that it should...So this and a little water and I have a really trashy looking window tint that I can easily remove before anyone I care about ever sees it if I so desire. I did not install it in a vehicle, but I can't imagine using it that way. It is very thick and I think it would peel off if you put down the windows. Plus, I am always re-wetting and sticking the corners back up on my white-trash window tint job.

But honestly, if you are spending $20 on window tint, you should know what to expect. For what it is, I am very happy.

**Over time and with some repeated sun exposure, I have noticed that this clings more securely to the window and doesn't look quite as thick. Maybe if you use a heat source to apply it to your car windows, it could work. But I still don't think I would recommend it for that. I am still happy with my trailer-park window tint job.
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