Rtint Blackout Tint Film Features
- Blackout Tint: 5% Light Transmission
- Self-adhesive, light transmitting film
- Conforms to extreme curves and contours with heat
- 3 mil thick (.0042") for easy application
- 3-Year Warranty against cracking, peeling and fading
- 3-ply film with protective layer to prevent scuffing during
Rtint Blackout Vinyl Wraps
Rtint Blackout light tint films are do-it-yourself friendly, 3 ply vinyl wrapping films designed to
apply on your vehicle's tail lights, fog lights, headlights or
any other lenses. Apply to your stock or aftermarket lights for a
customized blacked out look.
All of our Rtint Blackout vehicle light film is backed by a
three year warranty and designed to change the look of your lights
without significantly effecting the color of the light. It is
self-adhesive and applies like a decal or sticker and is meant
to be installed using a wet application method, heat stretched
Installing your Rtint Blackout Films
The best way to learn how to install your Rtint Blackout
wrapping film is by seeing it done. That's why we've come up with a
number of video
tutorials for you to browse and watch. We've also taken the time
to write detailed instructions and guides that walk you through the
process which are available for download and included with every
order. Learn more about the benefits to window tinting and weighing your options for DIY or professional installation.
In general, the following will have the greatest impact upon the ease
or difficulty of your installation:
- Your skill level as an installer
- The complexity of the lights
- Using the correct tools and fluids
Which Tools Do You Need?
Although you can (theoretically) install your Rtint Blackout film
wrap without any tools we don't recommend it. At a minimum we
recommend the following
squeegee to help
in applying the film and releasing air bubbles
Prep to clean and prepare the surface of the lights
- Rapid Tac
helps to reposition and apply the tint film
- Rapid Clear
to polish your Rtint Blackout films
Seal-It Pens to seal the edges
Is Blackout Rtint Film Legal?
None of our tinted Rtint light films are recommended for use on
public roads and should only be used for show purposes. Still, if you
decide to apply Blackout film to your headlights and taillights you
should know that many localities and municipalities will ticket you
for their use. Please check with your local police department to find
out if tinted headlights and taillights are legal.
Can You Use Rtint on Mirrors or Windows?
We do not recommend using any Rtint light tint films on mirrors or
windows because the film is not optically clear meaning that it may
reduce visibility despite transmitting visible light.
What Does 5% VLT Mean?
Rtint Blackout film, is one of our most popular shades and will
black out your lights by about 95% while still allowing 5% of light to
exit the housing. Clearly, Rtint Blackout films should only be used
on show vehicles as they may block too much light to be practical for
application taillights and headlights.