Very dark. The sun shines in the back window and all that comes through is a cool & dim blue. Very private. No longer have blinding headlights in the night in the rear. Used on my back window. 1 roll/package for 1 back window. It is important to follow these steps;
-Clean the glass better than you usually do, then clean it again.
-Mix a couple drops of Dish Liquid with warm water in a spray bottle. Not too soapy, just a couple drops.
-Unroll the tint and peel a corner to determine which side is the tint.
-Tape the tint with the clear peel off towards you onto the car covering the window. Tape it tight and smooth. Lots of tape for a secure hold. Not to be done on a windy day, garage is best.
-Using a new razor blade in an exacto or box opener knife cut the tint. Follow along the rubber boarder around the window. Just don't press too hard, just enough to cut the tine. You can choose to cut it a little large by following the outer rim of the trim but you will have to make detailed cuts once it is on. It is best to get most of your cutting done in this "pre-cut" step.
-Now before you start tinting here are a couple tips, 1. Both the window and the tint should remain very wet at al times. A helper is best, as you peel away the clear film spray the tint with lots of water. This will prevent it from rolling back on itself and sticking. If it does it will be ruined. Seriously, keep it soaking wet. Also as you peel the clear film keep the tint flat, level and straight. If there is fold or a roll in it the clear film will bind as you peel it and the tint will get a "wrinkle" which is not removable. Too many wrinkles and the tint is ruined. The up-peeling process is one that is in my opinion the most critical. It is like surgery and a juggle between spraying lots of water and peeling evenly.
-Once peeled, commit. Soak the window again and stick it on. Focus on the middle first and one corner or edge. Get the edge lined up and the middle pressed on. From there work from the center outward.
-I've used a Drivers license as a squeegee, anything sturdy and with a flat edge that will not cut or scratch. Seriously, you have to have something small like this to press out all of the water and air. I am country so I recommend using the Drivers license.
-If you did this all correctly you should have minimal trimming to d to remove any extra tint. You want the tint to lay flat just at the edge. Tip- any amount of tint ant bunches up in a corner or on an edge due to there being too much in that area will result in a ripple or "bubble" so trim wisely.
-Now don't panic is there are some stubborn air pockets that rise from an edge. Keep pressing the tint and working out the water and air. If that pesky bugger still won't budge, and he is on an edge, come back to him later (if in the sun on a hot day sooner than later), just consider waiting for the moisture to be gone before pressing that bugger out. If you worked the tint from the center outward to all edges you will have no bubbles in the tint. Only some small ripple bubbles possible along the edges, which as long as you keep working them, will be defeated.
$ - Only those who are capable and able to comprehend their surroundings are successful. Idiots need not purchase. These are my tricks of the trade, Your welcome.
|商品尺寸||64.77 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm; 68.04 克|