3M Color Stable Car Tint

3M Color Stable Car Tint – Looks Hot. Feels Cool.

Don’t settle for anything less! 3M Color Stable Car Tint appearance rivals tinted factory glass, never turns purple, and provides high heat rejection with no signal interference! 3M’s revolutionary nano-carbon polyester provides an incredible look, amazing color stability, and is non-metallized to ensure no signal interference.

While most other window film companies buy their polyester from someone else, 3M makes its own polyester. During this process, 3M patented a technology for producing its own nano-carbon polyester. This revolutionary and unique process, allows for maximum heat rejection without a metallized film, which can interfere with radio and satellite signals. It also gives our films a stylish look with outstanding color stability. In fact, it’s so advanced that in time-based tests, 3M Color Stable Car Tint films never turned purple while conventional dyed films rapidly changed to a purple color.

These darker shaded films are designed to reject solar heat that is produced from visible light. Color Stable rejects up to 57% of the heat coming through your windows. Color Stable films also provide significant glare relief, allowing only 5% to 50% of the light into your car.

  • Patented 3M nano-carbon polyester technology provides excellent heat rejection combined with a tinted factory glass look
  • Glare reduction: window tint allows only 5% to 50% of the light into your car
  • Improves comfort: rejects up to 57% of the heat coming through your windows
  • No signal interference: Color Stable films are non-metallized
  • Interior protection: blocks up to 99% of harmful UV rays to reduce fading of your car’s interior
  • UV/Skin protection: provides SPF of up to 1000, a Skin Cancer Foundation recommended product
  • The name says it all: never turns purple, guaranteed for the life of the film

Check out this article by the Skin Cancer Foundation regarding proper sun safety while in a car by clicking HERE

NOTE: The law on auto tint varies by state. Please to go to the International Window Film Association to check your state’s laws by clicking HERE

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