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Old 06-11-2009, 12:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3M vs Solar Guard tint

Does anyone know which is better? If you have either of these two brands and have a picture of them can you post them? Thanks
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id call a shop that install tinting and sound interested in having them do an install, then ask what product they use
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This site has a lot of good info on tinting. Hope it helps.

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I have used the solar guard on 2 vehicles before. At 5yrs neither had faded or changed color, but on one the edges on the window were starting to come up, I blame this mostly on the design of those particular windows (mustang front door) however.

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