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Rtint & ORACAL Vinyl Tint Films

When you ant to smoke out, tint or simply change the color and look 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 you 'll see that the time required, hassle and the very real possibility of causing permanent damage combine 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.

Rtint Tint Films

Tint film is an adhesive layer commonly applied to a vehicle's headlights, tail lights and fog lights. If you are looking to customize your vehicle, tint film comes in a variety of shades, colors and qualities, depending on your specific needs. Although tint films may prove more challenging than other tinting methods, they are the most precise way to apply tints to your lights.

Whether you use blackout films, DIY tint films or chameleon films, they can all give you a new look for your vehicle that you will enjoy for a long time to come. Here's an overview of the advantages of using tint films and the many applications for this versatile material.

Applications for Tint Films

Tint film is commonly applied to your vehicle's headlights, tail lights and fog lights. Because plastic light coverings dull and lose transparency, and glass ones have the potential to break and crack, tint film provides protection. Add a blue tint to your headlights, green to your tail lights or a smoke yellow to your fog lights. Your options to customize the lights on your car are endless.

Another frequent, though less common application, for tint films is to use them as a laminate to create colored carbon fiber or chrome films. Although most DIYers won't have a professional grade laminator, the film can be easily laminated into chromes like Avery™ SF100 Conform Chrome or 3M™ 1080 Carbon Fiber to create unique color combinations. Use Rtintâ„¢ Chameleon and SF100 Chrome to make a Neochrome wrap or ORACAL® 8300 Dark Green and Anthracite Carbon Fiber to make a Dark Green CF film suitable for cutting on a plotter or wrapping your ride.

Benefits of Tint Film

Tint film allows you to customize your vehicle's image, while also maintaining protective properties. There are three main advantages to this.

1. Your Car, Your Style

Tints not only create a different look for your car but also allow you to show off your personality. You can modify the appearance of your car by applying any shade or color of tint. If you are looking to transform your vehicle from dull to sleek or old-fashioned to modern, tinting enhances the overall image of your vehicle.

2. Protection and Safety

A vehicle's lights can often appear yellow, creating a cloudy finish. The discoloring means the sun’s UV rays are breaking down the materials, and the cloudy appearance can prohibit optimal visibility while driving. By providing a tint on your headlights, tail lights or fog lights, you can protect them from UV radiation damage.

3. No Need to Purchase Tail Lights

Installing tints to your vehicle allows you to save yourself the time and money of buying brand new lights.

Is Tint Film Legal?

Tinting an average car in any state is illegal. However, off-roading vehicles or show cars are exceptions. The level of light transmittance is regulated in each state and refers to how much light passes through the glass. It may be difficult to calculate the degree of light transmittance when installing your own tail light kit, but you can refer to a licensed professional to ensure your lights are compliant with state regulations.

The Benefits of DIY Tint Film Installation

If you are good with your hands and you have the correct tools, completing a DIY project is satisfying when you see the results. These advantages include:

  • Price: Online shopping allows you to purchase tinting kits that fit your preferred budget. Although a price-conscious budget is desirable, the quality of your kit is a major factor to consider, too.
  • Options: Because the internet provides you with hundreds of tinting kits, you have the freedom to choose one specific to your wants and needs. For example, you can pick between pre-cut or other tint film kits.

Tips for DIY Tint Film Installation

While installing your own tints is not impossible, it is undoubtedly difficult. Research DIY details and make sure you follow the kit directions carefully. Be sure your car tints meet state regulation levels. A clean environment is important to keep the space between the tint film and light dust-free.

The Benefits of Professional Tint Film Installation

If you are not good with your hands or don't have enough patience to install a tinting kit, pursuing professional installation is just as beneficial. Reasons to use professional installation include:

  • Experienced technicians: A professional will have the correct tools and experience to perform the job accurately and quickly.
  • Legality: Professional installers are familiar with the rules and regulations that apply to car tinting in your state.
  • Value: The results of your own DIY installation may vary depending on your experience. A business will likely guarantee its work and improve any mistakes you are unhappy with.

Find an experienced shop that provides a clean working environment. The quality of your vehicle tint installation may suffer if you do not find a reputable professional.

Types of Tints

Four primary methods used to install light tints are:

  • Spray tint: Spray tint is the most common method of applying different levels of tint to your vehicle. It requires a steady hand and precise attention.
  • Plasti dip: Plasti dip is a colorized, insulating rubber coating applied to lights. It can easily peel off if you wish to change the color or want to go back to your original tail light.
  • Cover: Tint cover can be made from a variety of materials, such as plastic, metal or polycarbonate. Covers have similar properties of a large sticker, and you place them on your lights using double-sided tape.
  • Tint film rolls: Film roll is the most precise technique, which allows you to cut each tint piece individually.

Advantages of Using Rolls of Tint Film

Purchasing rolls of tint film gives you the ability to ensure a perfect fit to your vehicle's lights and lets you to cut the film depending on your custom needs. Tint films come in large rolls and modify headlights, tail lights and fog lights.

Using rolls of film is more accurate compared to pre-cut tint kits. Although pre-cut tints are for generic models of cars, they don't always match up evenly. Two cars may be the same model, but it does not mean light sizes are the same.

Tint Film Varieties

Tinting your headlights, tail lights or fog lights is not a one-style-fits-all type of deal. You have the ability to choose between smoke, chameleon or blackout tint films to customize your car. Each style has its own benefits and ways of making your vehicle distinctive. Consider the following when trying to choose one that's right for your car.

Film Tint Varieties: Smoked Tint

Smoked tint films are the lightest shade applied to many forms of vehicles. This particular type of tint adds a smoke effect without significantly altering the color of your headlights, tail lights or fog lights. Smoke tint film has a 38% visible light transmission (VLT) with a transparent and adhesive back. The percentage of VLT means 38% of the smoke effect will block light from exiting your vehicle lights, while 62% can still shine through.

Film Tint Varieties: Chameleon Tint

Chameleon tint is one of the most eye-catching tints available. It changes the color of your lights depending on the amount of light hitting its surface and the angle at which you are standing. A chameleon tint has properties in between those of smoke and blackout tints, with a VLT of 85%, reducing 15% of your car’s light output. Chameleon tints are semi-permanent and pre-applied adhesives.

Film Tint Varieties: Blackout Tint

Blackout tint films are the most extreme forms of tinting for your vehicle, with only 5% VLT. It's also a self-adhesive, 3-ply film with a protective layer to prevent scratching. Blackout tints create a dramatic blackout look. You should install blackout kits by using the wet application, heat stretching and trimming methods.

Architectural Window Tint

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

  • Heat and glare reduction - When too much heat penetrates through your windows, shades, and blinds can affect your outside view. Tints allow natural light into each room without the intense heat from the sun. Films even reduce glare so you can watch TV, work on the computer and go about your daily activities without bother. Rvinyl solutions can decrease glare reduction by more than 90%, making it easier on your eyes.
  • Thermal insulation and reduced utility costs - Tints can block harmful UV rays from reaching inside that boost temperatures, this can save you from having to resort to blasting your AC and racking up your electricity bills. If you're looking to diminish utility costs by decreasing heating and cooling costs, tints are your go-to. Tints can also block external heat and prevent warm air from escaping in winter to cut energy usage. It's a win-win.
  • Safety and security - Installing tint film can supplement extra protection against breaking glass. Whether it's foul play, a natural disaster strike, or break-in occurrences, these situations can result in shattered glass.
  • UV filtration - If you're looking to ward off harmful UV rays, then tint films can protect your house and family interiors. Pieces such as furniture, upholstery, décor, floorboards, artwork, and different fabrics around the house. The UV light can fade and even deteriorate your possessions after extended exposure. Another benefit is that it can help protect people with skin conditions who don't want to live in the dark devoid of natural lighting.
  • Added style - Window tint films enhance a new dimension to a house and can create a beautiful appearance. A unique aesthetic can alter the entire look of your home. Tints can complement the vibe you're striving for and set you apart from others on the block.
  • Privacy - It's nice to feel secluded from outside prying eyes. Our tint films allow you to go about your business without an uneasy sensation of being watched. Keep your office, classroom, kitchen, bedroom, living room, or any area shielded from neighbors and passersby. Tint films add the right amount of privacy from the outside to preserve your discretion.

Automotive Window Tint Films

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.

  • Rtint
    Our Rtint film is made from an ultra-thin, single-ply window film and is most commonly bought. One of the significant perks of buying Rtint besides its cost-effective price is its non-reflective finish that is still capable of producing an extremely dark effect. The film also blocks the bothersome glare from oncoming lights as you drive at night. This standard window tint has a blurred look with shades that go from dark to lighter. We offer these in 5, 20, 35, and 50% shades. With these options, this film is a perfect cheaper choice for improving privacy while abiding by your state's tint laws. It's also important to note that it could over time but could be replaced. Due to its material, it prevents some heat from entering your vehicle and won't, peel, fade, crack, or bubble when installed correctly, so be sure to follow our detailed guide on how to install it so you achieve flawless results.

  • Avery Dennison® NR Pro
  • The Avery Dennison NR Pro Series is a metal-free, non-reflective, weather durable film that is specially engineered to work with the darker automotive glass of the modern age. This color-stable film reduces glare and rejects heat thanks to its nanoparticles which also block 99% of UV rays. This leaves you with gorgeous tinted windows that give you privacy too! And thanks to its metal-free nature, you won't have to worry about electrical interference. Not to mention it also features incredible dot matrix fitting and shrinkability. With its deep graphite color accent, any vehicle sporting this tint will have a regal, high-standard appearance. Available in 5, 15, 20, 30, 35, 40, and 50% shades, the sky's the limit with how you can customize your ride's windows!

  • Avery Dennison® Nano Ceramic IR
    The Avery Dennison NR Nano Ceramic IR Series is engineered with an advanced yet durable inorganic ceramic nanoparticle. NR Nano Ceramic IR offers incredible solar protection along with having a long color stability lifespan. Your windows will have an amazing look while still retaining optimal protection from UV rays. This film really shows when installed on sportscar rear windshields, port windows, and windshield visors with the benefit of you not having to worry about converting or waste. If you're invested in your vehicle for more than a few years and plan on keeping it in the long run, then it's worth getting ceramic tint as it won't turn purple or need to be replaced for a few years. We offer this tint in 5, 15, 20, 30, 35, 40, and 50% shades so you'll have a variety of options to choose from regarding your customization choices.

  • Avery Dennison® HP Pro
    The Avery Dennison HP Pro Series is a high-performance hybrid film engineered with a metal dye. The HP Pro offers significant solar protection and features incredible shrink effectiveness. It's primarily a slick charcoal color, appealing to consumers who seek a comfortable driving experience and expect impressive long-lasting performance. These are ideal for windshield visors, port windows, and most side windows as well. However, due to their metallic nature, they may cause some interference within your car's electronic communication systems, so do keep that in mind if you decide to go with the Pro Series. The HP Pro shades we provide are available 5, 15, 20, 30, 35, 40, and 50%, so you'll have plenty of options to choose from that will suit your needs while abiding by your state tinting laws.

 

Light Tint Films

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.

  • ORACAL® - Oracal has earned a worldwide reputation for having for high-quality adhesive outdoor sign vinyl for printing and cutting. Their wide array of vinyl casts, metallic finishes, intense colors, and specialty films provide endless job opportunities. Their tints provide you with optimal, custom results!

  • Rtint™ - Rtint Light Tint films are do-it-yourself friendly, 3 ply vinyl wrapping films designed to apply on your vehicle's tail lights, fog lights, headlights, or any other lenses. Apply to your stock or aftermarket lights for a customized look!

Detailed Guide on Applying Tint Film

Tint film installation is an easy process if you follow these steps:

  1. Remove lights: Although you can install tints while lights are attached to your vehicle, it's more convenient to remove them. Take out all the screws, light bulbs and wires before detachment.
  2. Clean: Placing film on your lights is similar to applying a large sticker, and, of course, these do best when installed to a dust-free surface. Dirt and grease are other elements to be wary of. If your lights are not clean, the tint film will pop off.
  3. Cut: Tint film requires you to cut precise dimensions to fit the size and shape of your lights.
  4. Apply: Remove the layer that reveals the sticky side of tint and spray your light with an adhesive solution, such as water or Windex. Place the film over your light and squeegee out the bubbles. If you do not use an applicator fluid, it will be difficult to remove the air bubbles.
  5. Heat: Use a heat gun to smooth the surface and edges of the tint. Heat solidifies the tint's adhesive properties.
  6. Contour edges: Tuck the film into any creases or edges by using your finger or a razor blade for more precision. Apply enough pressure to stretch the tint around rounded surfaces. Using the heating gun while stretching will allow for a smoother application. Then remove the top layer of film.
  7. Trim: Trim off excess tint around the edges of your light.
  8. Final step: When the tinting process is complete and all elements are dry, secure the lights back onto your vehicle.

Give Your Vehicle a Personal Touch

Enhance the look of your vehicle by applying headlight, tail light or fog light tints by shopping at Rvinyl. We offer smoke, blackout, chameleon and a variety of other film tint colors for more than 50 different cars and models.


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