The Chevrolet Camaro 2010-2015 Coupe made its way to the scene much to the delight of consumers. Featuring a standard 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces up to 304 horsepower keyless entry, cruise control, air conditioning, a CD player with satellite radio and front seats with power-reclining seat backs, this car was a consumer's treat. Include another goodie to show off this updated line on the...
Apply Chevrolet window tint kits quickly and easily by using the right tools for the job. Whether you need a complete Gila® window tint application kit the features slip solution or just the Conqueror™ Rvinyl carries a full line of tinting tools. From the world class Lil Chizler™ to the big mamma of squeegees the Red Devil™ we have what it takes to get your tint installed...
Price: $4.99 - $36.23
Window tint film sheets and rolls let your tint your Chevrolet with a trim-to-fit classic method. Rtint warranty backed film is great for aggressive styling, customization and cost effectiveness. This single ply film is designed to be applied to the inside glass of your Chevrolet and available in popular 5, 20, 35 and 50% shades.
Price: $0.99 - $104.47
2010 Chevrolet Camaro windshield tint strips come precut in a trim-to fit universal design. Each kit includes three varying sizes with different heights available in popular 5, 20, 35 and 50% shades. Help reduce the sun's glare while giving your ride an aggressive roof profile. Window Tint visors are engineered to be applied to the inside of your windshield or in the case of static cling Tint...
Price: $12.99 - $40.97
Remove old or damaged window tint on your 2010 Chevrolet Camaro using the Gila window tint remover kit with scraper blade. Whether you had your kit professionally installed or it was a DIY job, this kit aides in removing damaged film. Gila makes removing tint quicker and easier in this all-in-one removal kit.
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really easy installation that took less than 2 hours to apply and used the simple tools like a squeegee, soap, water, and conqueror
Used the standard film version - not "cling". Laid the strip on the exterior surface to mark up for trimming. My wife shone a flashlight through from the inside so I could exactly follow the interior edge. Marked up with magic marker, trimmed with sharp scissors. Found the spray solution essential. Removed entirely from the backing and with both the film and windshield wet with solution it was super easy to slide into place. Just a few strokes with a small bathroom squeegee and it looks like a professional installation.