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Been using this stuff for 2 years now. Very easy to work with, air release so no air bubbles. For tinting headlights, tail lights, gps screens, or gauge faces. Will cut light output from head lights by 30-40% so not the best for night time driving if your head lights are primary light source. Also protects from rock chips and scratches. Heat gun usually not needed if done in the sun and 80 or above.

I did my headlights, running lights, and 2 layers on my razor back gauges. Gets them on par with the dash.

 

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I didn't just post this for our buggies either. Was just a general post for a quality product I've been using when I want to tint something. It comes right off without leaving and marks or residue.
 

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Oh cool. That’s good to know that it comes right off. Seems like a pretty neat product
 
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