Yes to BBAtl6, and assuming it's done properly, the tint can be just as easily removed as it was applied.they tint the back just like they tint all the other windows
and no, it does not void the warranty. tint is aesthetic.
you arent supposed to clean tint film with windex. just clean it with a soft soap (baby soap) and water mixtureHey guys i had question? I was lookin at the interior part of my tinted windows of my car... Its 5% tint, and its 3M tint, but i've noticed if i shine a light on it and lok at it them from an angle i see rainbow colored spots, i dunno wht this is, its hard to notice but its there! I only used windex that contained ammonia in it once but a while ago, so i dunno wht this is! any ideas?
Yes to BBAtl6, and assuming it's done properly, the tint can be just as easily removed as it was applied.
I did have an issue with my SolarGard tint twice, however. I still have no idea why this happens, but for some reason, when light comes through my back window (most noticeable at night with headlights), it blurs the light and I can hardly see out the back window (Daytime shot: http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/2083/img0771lm7.jpg Just magnify that problem 20x for night)
I had the tint shop remove it under warranty and relay the film, but strangely enough, it happened again. I still have no clue why, but I've just sucked it up and gotten used to it for now. I'm not too sure why I don't read about this problem either...
I think when I run across some excess cash one day, I might have the back window retinted. The picture's actually taken right near Briarcliff and North Druid Hills inside the perimeter, very close to where I live.you should try a different brand film like Suntek or 3M. To my knowledge, those are two of the best brands out there.
and was that picture taken in the dunwoody area? it looks familiar