Today’s customer has a F250 pickup and the film that had previously been installed had a lot of problems to say the least. He had peeling, fingers, bubbles, fading and the film was turning purple. So all the film needed to be removed and start over fresh, now my customer likes his privacy so only the darkest film will cut it, so Suntek Carbon 5%, basically limo tint, was chosen to darken things up. Once the steamer was warmed up I jumped in the backseat and found that there was two layers of film on all the windows, I think the previous shop didn’t have what was needed for the job and he put two layers on to make it as dark as the one layer that I will be installing. So after all the film was removed the truck was nice and clean and ready to begin installing the film, once the new film is on the film has a lifetime warranty against everything that was happening to it before, plus he should notice quite a difference in the amount of heat coming in because of the differences in materials, the old film was a dyed film and the dye faded over time, the new film is a non fading, non metal, carbon film, so you will not having any fading and all your devices will still work in the vehicle, Bluetooth, tpms (tire pressure monitoring system), satellite radio. Some radio frequencies and other devices will not work with metal based films installed on your car.
Before, look at the color of the glass
All the film is removed
All new limo film installed, nice dark black color to the windows now
Before, sorry bright stupid sun
Drives side window, this is what happens when Windex gets used on film it breaks down the film
After what a difference new film makes
Before faded, big gaps, peeling center window, and blurry
After crystal clear and privacy
Passenger side window with giant finger running thru the center
After no more fingers
It’s like a limo in there even with the front door open
Visibility is perfect thru this dark film
And then the icing…a little bumper sticker action..thanks!