Precut, DIY window tints are a great alternative to having your Chevrolet Camaro tinted by a professional shop. Computer cut to fit your ride, these kits provide a look of sophistication while improving the overall function of your vehicle.Whether you choose a full kit or simply decide to tint out your front windshield with a visor strip, Rvinyl has the products you need at the price you want.
Reduce the sun's glare while driving, keep cooler in the
summer months and improve privacy while on the road for
you and your passengers.
We are an exclusive retailer of Rtint product lines, the leader in precut tinting films. These kits are
available in a wide variety of styles and shades to help you
tint your Chevrolet Camaro while staying within the legal tinting limits of your state.
Not sure what the limits are? Don't worry we provide a
handy-guide too, but it is always best to talk with
local authorities. Stay cool in the summer months and keep the heat in your
car in the winter, tint kits help to make your vehicle
energy efficient while improving safety. In the case of
an accident, tint can actually help prevent your glass
shattering and reduce glass fragments and lacerations if
it does, hey why not customize your ride and be safe at
the same time.
With professional installation kits by Gila, tinting your car has never been easier.
This kits include the world famous Conqueror squeegee,
application solution and low lint cloth for polishing,
what's not to love about it? A plethora of installation videos, tips and tricks are
available at Rvinyl.com, making it a resource for the tinting community.
From squeegees to window tint removal tools, this is a
one-stop-shop for those serious about keeping the green
in their pocket while increasing their privacy on the
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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.