Rtint® window tint film lets you you tint your car, truck, SUV, home or office in no time. Best of all, Rtint® window film is available in 20 inch and 40 inch widths and available by the foot in rolls from 24 inches to 10 yards long! Warranty-backed not to purple, fade or discolor for at least three years, you'll love the ease of installation of this self-adhesive, single-ply window tint. Choose...
DIY window tint is an excellent way to add style, get some needed privacy
from your neighbors' prying eyes and save on your utility bills. Choose from our
rolls of 20 or 40 inch window tint films and order by the foot in lengths of up
to 10 yards. You love how easy it is to work with this high-quality, 1 ply
Why resort to thick curtains to block out sun when you can use 35 or 20% VLT
window film and get better results without sacrificing your view? Did you know
that you could
save up to 10% off your annual utility bills just by installing window tint?
And, when you buy only as much as you need, the savings get even better!
When you're making your first attempt at home window tinting preparation is
key. Before you pick up your first roll of tint film you'll want to measure and record the length and width of each piece of glass you
want to tint. Whatevr your measurements, you'll want to add 15% to your window
film purchase to account for waste and mistakes. You may want to consider
applying the film in early morning or late afternoon to avoid the heat of the day
since excessive heat will cause the solution used to coat the glass and film to dry prematurely and could cause streaks in your project.
Clean your windows thoroughly with a mixture of 1 teaspoon baby shampoo to 1 gallon bottled water. It's important that you use a solution of no-tears baby shampoo and bottled water to provide the correct pH and final clarity to your project. Never use any cleaner containing vinegar or ammonia to clean the film or windows, as this could damage the film.
Cut a piece of film 1 inch wider and 1 inch longer than the window you plan to cover.
Step 3: Spray the window liberally with the same solution you used to clean the windows. Keep your hands moistened with the solution to prevent leaving fingerprints on the film.
Use two pieces of transparent tape to remove the backing from the film. After you have exposed an inch or so of the film's adhesive backing, spray the film with the solution. On large pieces, you'll need a helper to keep from contaminating the film when the backing is removed.
Step 5: Starting at the top, place the adhesive side of the film on the glass and work your way down the window. Position the film so it's centered on the glass and spray with the solution. Squeegee any bubbles to within 2 inches of the edge of the window. Keep the surface of the film wet with the solution so the squeegee will pull across it easily.
Step 6: Use a utility knife to trim the film. Leave a 1/16-inch border between the edge of the film and the window.
Respray the surface of the film and squeegee out any bubbles. Bubbles will be able to escape through the space between the film and the edge of the window.
Step 8: The film should begin to stick within 30 minutes and normally cures fully in four to eight days.
I was concerned with the "darkness" of the window tint. Wanted it to match rear windows on my SUV. Rvinyl sent me my two samples promptly and the product I chose was virtually identical with the Factory color, very pleased. Highly recommend them!