|Brand||TRUE LINE Automotive|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10486-full|
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Computer Customized Pre-cut Window Tint Kit For (Full Kit (All Side and Back Windows))
|Price:||$36.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Fitment option must say THIS FITS YOUR YEAR AND MODEL! This is located top left page for desktop and below the customize option on mobile. Some vehicles can include a visor strip and windshield but others cannot. If you change whats included in the kit MAKE SURE IT FITS YOUR CAR IN THE FITMENT OPTION. If you purchase a kit and we dont have the cut out for the visor or windshield we will include an uncut sheet you can trim out yourself.
- Using the "Customize Now" Tab will give you the option to tell us what vehicle you need tint for and what shade you would like.
- This selected kit is only for all side and back windows.
- Tint is pre-cut to fit your windows with no trimming of the tint required.
- Our high quality tint shade options are 5% 20% 35% and 50%.
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[LOOKS]: As you can see in the picture, the tint matches the factory tint on the rear windows perfectly. I purchased 35% and it's not too dark, it's legal, and is a nice shaded black/gray. Passenger side had not yet been tinted so you can see the before/after shading difference though the windshield.
[QUALITY]: As stated, it was pre-cut to perfection! The film itself did not crinkle up leaving creases even though there were a couple of moments when it should have when installing. Even using a semi-ridgid body-filler squeegy did not scratch it when working all the bubbles out. Compared to the previous brand I used, this is 100x better.
[INSTALL]: Went much smoother than my last experience. Partly because I knew what to expect, but this tint is a lot more forgiving than I had used before, allowing more room for error correction. I'll post how I applied the tint, I'm not a professional so I'm only sharing because it worked flawless for me (with the exception of my neighbors greasy fingers, see below):
A well-lit & dust-free controlled environment is best.
Completely remove the door trim panels but try to leave your window switches connected as you want to be able to roll you windows up and down still.
Prepare a solution by using a few drops of tear-free baby shampoo in a spray bottle of filtered water.
Source a squeegee.. I used a body-filler putty knife that was soft-but-somewhat rigid. A pack of 3 different sizes was only a few dollars at an auto store. I also made use of the head of a silicone spatula from the kitchen.
Wash your hands as best as you can.
Clean windows inside and out with a lint-free cloth or coffee filters and your mixed up "solution"
Now roll down your windows about 1/4" so you have access to the top ridge of the glass. Clean this portion of your glass and the weather seals around the window.
Separate the film with two pieces of tape in the corner to get it started, spray the OUTSIDE of the window with solution, stick the back of the tint (non-adhesive side) to the soaked outside glass and remove the clear film while spraying the adhesive side of the tint keeping it soaked at all times.
Spray down the inside of the glass and apply the wet tint. Center it the best you can and try to leave at least 1/16" of gap between the top of the glass so that the tint doesn't get bubbled up and ruined when the windows are put up in the future. Start working the solution with your squeegee. Look closely, because some bubbles are hard to see.
Once you have all the solution and bubbles worked out, gently roll the window up and keep them rolled up for at least 24-48 hours to be sure the tint has adequate time to dry and seal. I usually place painters tape over the window controls to keep myself from accidentally rolling them down.
Be sure if you ask someone for a helping hand, that their hands are clean! My only complaint is about my neighbor that decided to come over and ask for a tool for his lawn mower spark plug.. I asked him to hold the exposed tint I had just sprayed with solution at the edges without thinking about his dirty hands and he placed his oily fingers right in the center so I have a permanent hand print in my window!
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Not cut out the extra tint like other companies.