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    Chameleon Smoke Tint Film is a 85% VLT shade color change vinyl wrapping film. Specifically designed for DIY installers, this optically clear Chameleon tint film can be applied to cars, trucks, motorcycles, ATV's, golf carts, scooters and mopeds. Rtint® Chameleon color change film is designed to tint your vehicle's light housing without affecting the output color. Don't pay a shop more to spray or tint your lights when you can do it yourself for a fraction of the cost.

    Manufacturer Part Number: rtint-s-014

    Rtint® Chameleon Smoke Tint Film Features

    • Chameleon Smoke Tint: 85% VLT
    • Semi-permanent, pre-applied adhesive
    • Thermo-formable
    • Color change film does not effect light output color
    • UV stable and covered by a 3-year Warranty
    • 3-Ply Film includes clear backing and a protective layer

    Rtint® Chameleon Smoke Vinyl Wraps

    Rtint® Chameleon Smoke are an exciting way to change the look of your vehicle's light. Add the unique and distinctive appearance of this color change vinyl wrapping film to your headlights, taillights, fog lights or any other light housing and be the envy of your friends. Engineered for quick installation and designed to be installed by anyone, why spend a whole paycheck to have a tint shop wrap your lights when you can do it yourself for a fraction of the cost? Plus, when you send us 5 or more installation photos, we'll give you up to a $20 Cash Back refund.

    Like all of our Rtint® light tint films, these Chameleon Smoke tinting films carry our three year warranty and change the appearance of your lenses without impacting the color of the light transmitted. Self-adhesive, semi-permanent and intended to be applied with the wet application method you can install these in under an hour. Just use a little heat, squeegee out the air and fluid and then trim to fit with a razor blade.

    Rtint® Chameleon Smoke Tint Wraps Installation

    The best and quickest way to learn how to install our Chameleon color change tints is by watching one of our installation tutorials. At the present, we do not have a video showing you how to install the tint on every possible type of light housing and lens but the basic technique will always be the same. Besides the videos we've also spent the time to write detail installation guides that you can read or download from our site and which we include with your Rtint® Chameleon Smoke wrap as well.

    Some other things to consider that will determine the difficulty of installation are:

    • Your skill level and familiarity with Rtint®
    • The complexity of the surface to be wrapped
    • Using the correct installation tools and fluids

    Recommended Application Tools

    Installation can be tricky but, with the right tools, anyone can successfully install an Rtint® Chameleon wrap. In general we recommend the following tools to get the job done right.

    Is Rtint® Chameleon Tint Legal?

    Rtint® Chameleon films do not significantly reduce light output or change its color. Nonetheless, any colored or tinted Rtint® tint films may not be legal for street use on primary lighting. Please check your state and local laws before application. All Rtint® tinting films are intended for show-use only and not meant for use on public roads.

    Can Rtint® Be Applied to My Windows or Mirrors?

    Even though this Chameleon film transmits 85% off visible light it is not optically clear. As a result, please do not apply to your windows or mirrors.

    What Does 85% VLT Mean?

    Rtint® Chameleon Smoke film, is one of our coolest, most eye-catching tint films. Just check out the 2016 Subaru Impreza with Chameleon tinted taillights above. This film will add an attractive, color change look to your lights, reducing light output by 15% while still allowing 85% of light to enter the housing. In other words, Rtint® Chameleon film won't have a noticeable impact on the light transmitted.

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