# 35% darkness -
Is one of
our most popular and used film. This film type (dyed) is the darkest that can be used on
law restricted windows here in Texas and most other states. We know your
wondering why not use 25% since the Texas law states 25%, but the equation to meet
the current Texas net law is as follows:
Most vehicles come with 70% within the
glass to begin with. When you add 35% on top of it, the total of both
combined is 25% (.35 X .70 = 24.5% [25% when rounded up]). It gives a medium darkness
appearance. If used on all windows, cars have that nice smooth classy medium tinted O.E.M.
**Note** There is no available darkness choice
between this 35% dyed film type and the 18% dyed film type shown below
however, lighter films are available on special order and can usually
have it in our hands within 24 hours...
# 18% darkness -
Is also a most popular and used film. This film darkness
appears dark and is what we use mostly when people request to use darker film on windows
allowed by law (usually juuust right when going darker where allowed to by law). Usually
used on large, long sloping rear windshields and on unrestricted windows on trucks and
S.U.V.s. Night vision is still good.
# 5% darkness - Is our darkest film. This film darkness appears really dark and is what
we use mostly when people request to use the darkest available film on unrestricted
windows allowed by law. This is what is typically used on limousines, work
vehicles, sunroofs, etc.....