Blackout Smoke Tint Film is a 5% VLT, clear tinting film specially formulated for use on your headlights, taillights and fog lights. This specially formulated, 3-ply film is designed to stretch and conform to the contours of your vehicle's lights with heat and can be easily cut with a razor blade or exacta knife. Use Rtint™ Blackout Smoke film on your car, truck, SUV, motorcycle and just about...
Rtint™ Smoke Tint Film is a 38% VLT shade vinyl wrap that's not optically clear because it's intended to smoke out your vehicle's lights. If you want to tint out auto or architectural glass or plexi-glass you'll want to use our Rtint™ window films instead. Our Smoke tint film is both our most popular and lightest shade of light tint film and can be applied to cars, trucks, motorcycles, ATV's,...
ORACAL® Transparent Azure Blue film has an array of unique craft, automotive and wrap usages. Among calendered vinyl's, ORACAL® 8300 vinyl films are one of the only lines that can actually be used as a wrap as well as in your vinyl cutting machine. Furthermore, they are generally used with chrome vinyl for making colored chrome. So, whether you will be making blue chrome sheets for...
ORACAL? 8300 Blue Green Transparent film can help you create a stained glass or layered, deep forest effect on your shop's window, can be used as a laminate to make green chrome film with Avery? SF100 Conform Chrome SW900 wrapping film or simply as a craft and sign vinyl. Buy by the foot in lengths of up to 10 yards. You'll love the 5 year rated durability, the 3 mil thickness and ease of use!
This Brimstone Yellow Transparent 8300 film is a high-quality, calendered vinyl which has a wide variety of distinct craft, sign and wrapping usages. Unique among calendered vinyl's, Transparent 8300 films are one of the only lines that you can use to wrap as well as in your vinyl cutting machine. In fact, this Brimstone Yellow film has been extensively used as a headlight and fog light tint to...
ORACAL® 8300 Dark Green Transparent film can help you create a stained glass or layered, deep forest effect on your shop's window, can be used as a laminate to make green chrome film with Avery Dennison™SF100 Conform Chrome SW900 wrapping film or simply as a craft and sign vinyl. Buy by the foot in lengths of up to 10 yards. You'll love the 5 year rated durability, the 3 mil thickness and...
This Dark Grey ORACAL® 8300 Transparent film was the original dark smoke headlight and taillight tint film. In fact, many companies and shops still use this film to this day as their go-to tint film. It works great as a wrap and cuts well in both professional and DIY cutter plotters and its silicone-coated paper liner makes for easier removal and application than many other brands like Hexis...
Gentian is an herb with bright blue flowers and this ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Gentian Blue gives you the same great cerulean hue without the medicinal properties. Upgrade your next window sign or decal, glass partition or headlight with this versatile and high-quality calendered film. You can even use this Gentian Blue Transparent vinyl to ?laminate? sheets of Chrome wrapping film to make...
ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Golden Yellow film is a durable, calendered film that has a plethora of distinct sign and automotive uses. Among calendered vinyl's, Transparent 8300 films are one of the only lines we know of that you can use as a wrap film as well as in your plotter. In addition to that, they have been used as laminates to make colored chrome. As a result, whether you will be...
Want the look of Grass Green in your next windshield banner, window decal or to tint a glass partition? How about using this ORACAL® 8300 Transparent film to laminate 3M™ or Avery Dennison™ Chrome or Carbon Fiber to get green tinted SF100 wraps or unique green CF film? The sky's the limit with this great Grass Green film so don't wait, buy today!
When choosing what type of window tinting you want you first need to consider
why you're going to use it - in other words, what do you hope to achieve? Each
type of window film is made using different materials, and each type has its own
unique set of positives and negatives. Knowing that, select from our economically-priced Rtint™ window films if
budget is your primary concern and get 5, 20, 35, or 50% visible light
transmission film. On the flip side, if the price isn't your only concern and if
you want performance and heat rejection, check out our selection of Avery
Dennison® HP and Ceramic IR films. Whichever you choose we know you'll love the
fact that you can buy by the foot and get only as much or as little as you need.
Let's explore your options:
If you're looking to bolster your home's privacy and reduce heat in summer,
while retaining heat in the winter then you'll probably want to look into
Architectural films. Darkened films that apply over windows prevent various
levels of sunlight from reaching inside your home. They’re available in a
variety of grades, thicknesses, shades, and colors to help upgrade your existing
glass. Non-tinted windows can encourage heat buildup in your home while fading
your furniture and increasing your electricity bills. When you install tints on
your home or commercial building, you can prevent such misfortunes and create a
more cozy space.
Benefits of Residential Window Films and Commercial Window Tint
When it comes to tinting the windows of your car, truck, SUV, home, or office
you want the best that your money can buy but you don't necessarily want to
spend your whole paycheck. That's why we offer a wide range of films in a
variety of VLTs to fit every budget and every need. However, if you're new to
tinting you may wonder what VLT stands for. VLT is an acronym for Visible Light
Transmission. VLT percentage essentially informs you of the percentage of light
that is permitted to pass through window film. The higher the percentage the
lighter the tint is. The lower the percentage the darker the tint will be.
When you are looking to tint, smoke out, just seek to change the appearance
of your headlights, tail lights, or fog lights, there's no better or easier way
than with vinyl tint film. When you compare the costs of tinting with film
versus spraying or going to a professional shop, you'll see the time required,
hassle, and the very real possibility of causing permanent damage combined to
show that there's no better option than tint film to restyle your lights. Choose
from a wide variety of ORACAL® and Rtint™ tint films and put the power
over the look and feel of your ride back where it belongs: in your hands.