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    Matte Smoke Tint Film is a 10% VLT shade. This Matte tint film can be applied to cars, trucks, motorcycles, ATV's, golf carts, scooters and mopeds. Rtint is designed to smoke your vehicle's light housing, while not significantly changing the output color. Get a custom light at a fraction of the cost or replacing OEM lights or using a smoked tint spray. Get a Matte look on just about any headlight, tail light, fog light, turn signal, reverse light, third brake light or stop signal.

    Manufacturer Part Number: rtint-s-005

    Rtint® Matte Smoke Tint Film Features

    • Matte Smoke Tint: 10% Light Transmission
    • Self-adhesive — no extra glues required
    • Semi-permanent so they can be removed safely
    • 3 mil thick film is easy to work with
    • UV stable and backed by a 3-year Warranty

    Rtint® Matte Smoke Vinyl Wraps

    Rtint® Matte Smoke light tinting films are a great way to add personal style to your ride. Whether you want to smoke out your headlights, tail lights, reflectors or any other lens or light housing, this specially formulated tint film will let you do all by yourself in no time. Engineered just for the DIY installer, you don't have to spend your whole paycheck to have a pro spray or dip your lights. Give your ride the look of dipped headlights or tail lights that you can remove safely at anytime with Rtint® Matte Smoke vinyl wraps!

    Our Matte Smoke tinting film is backed by our 3 year warranty against cracking, peeling and fading. Get the look of Plasti-dip but in a more durable and long-lasting form with these vinyl wraps. Self-adhesive and designed to be applied using a wet application method, thermo-from them, squeegee out air and trim excess with a razor blade. No fuss, no muss application!

    Rtint® Matte Smoke Tint Wraps Installation

    We know that most of our customers aren't pros which is why we've made a number installation tutorial videos. In addition to our videos we also offer detailed written instructions available for download and every Rtint® Matte Smoke wrap includes them as well.

    When considering a DIY tint project some other factors to consider that will impact upon the ease of installation are:

    •  Your skill level as an installer
    • The complexity of the lights to be tinted
    • The use of proper installation tools and fluids
    • Ambient and surface temperature

    Rtint® Application Tools

    Having the right tools for the job can make all the difference which is why we recommend the following:

    • Application squeegees to reduce air bubbles and help to heat form the film
    • Rapid Prep to remove dirt, waxes and residues from your application area
    • Rapid Tac to aide in the wet application of our light tint films
    • Rapid Clear as a finishing agent and polish on all Rtint® Matte Smoke films
    • Seal-It Pens  to seal the edges
    • 3M Primer 94 pens  to promote adhesion during application

    Are Rtint® Matte Smoke Films Legal?

    Our colored Rtint® Matte Smoke tint films may not be legal for street use on primary lighting. We recommend that check your state or local laws before application. Our colored films do not produce a tinted light when lit and are intended for off-road show car use only.

    Recommended Applications

    Although we do not recommend using Rtint® Matte Smoke films on your mirrors or windows there are a number of other popular applications our customer use them for. Some of the coolest applications are as follows:


    What Does 10% VLT Mean?

    Rtint® Matte Smoke film will smoke your lights by about 90% while still allowing 10% of light to exit the housing. When speaking of light tint films, it works opposite of window tint as you are trying to make the light appear darker on the outside rather than from the inside. As you can see, the Matte Smoke is quite dark so you may want to take this into account before installation.

    Questions about this product? Ask us!

    Number of questions: 1
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    Does this still produce good visibility for vehicles behind me?
    Keeley Breitenstein November 21, 2019 1:26 PM
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    This will significantly decrease the light output. We don't recommend it for regular, street use.
    Mike November 21, 2019 1:59 PM