Rtint™ Ford Explorer 1995-2001 Headlight Tint Features
- Ford Explorer 1995-2001 headlight tints can be installed in
under an hour
- Precut and sold in pairs for your exact make, model and
- Comprehensive videos and installation guides available
- Provide you with the style and UV protection
- These Ford Explorer 1995-2001 headlight tints are available in
several colors and shades
- Expected End Use Life: 5 to 7 Years
Ford Explorer 1995-2001 headlight tints can furnish you with the
appearance of expensive, aftermarket lights for only pennies on
the dollar. Precut to minimize the time spent installing and
available in both Smoke and Blackout tint. Spraying or
painting your headlights can be both time-consuming and
expensive, especially when you consider that you'll be buying
brand new headlights if you make a mistake during painting. Why
chance it when you an get semi-permanent result from Rtint
headlight covers at a fraction of the cost?
These Ford Explorer 1995-2001 headlight tints are securely packaged
in moisture-proof, shrink wrap and shipped to you
within one business day. And, once you take them
out of the package Rvinyl offers some of the most detailed
installation guides and how-to videos anywhere.
Installing headlight tints on your Ford Explorer 1995-2001is a much
quicker and painless undertaking when you have the right tools.
This is why we recommend using all of the surface preparation
and installation fluids we carry such as Rapid Prep, Rapid Tac
and Rapid Clear as well as a squeegee with friction sleeve. When
you've got the right tools you can count on doing a better job. Nonetheless, these headlight tint kits are made using multi-cast film with air-egress adhesives so you get bubble free results every time.
Rtint® Smoked Films come in two different shades of smoke. The darkness of the shade is measured in a VLT (Variable Light Transmission) percentage. This number measures the amount of light that can be transmitted through the tint naturally with no back-lighting coming from a bulb. The higher the number, the the brighter the light will be that is allowed to pass through and the least amount of effective it will have on light output. The lower the number, the darker your light will appear. It works opposite of window tint VLT as you are trying to make the light appear darker on the outside rather than from the inside. Rtint® Smoke film, which is by far our most popular shade, will smoke your lights by about 38% while still allowing 62% of light to enter the housing. It will not block 38% of back-lighting coming from a bulb, but will certainly have an affect on light output.
- Blackout Smoke Tint: 5% VLT
- Smoke Tint: 38% VLT
Product Requirement and Fitment Notes: