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Topic Review (Newest First)
12-13-2012 05:40 PM
Originally Posted by Beastmaster

I just got a reply from Wattapunk

Here's what he said:
Wanna sell them?
12-13-2012 02:31 PM
Originally Posted by Beastmaster View Post
I sent a PM to the OP asking about this with no reply, he may not be active any more.
I just got a reply from Wattapunk

Here's what he said:

Originally Posted by Wattapunk
Still holding up but now they're in storage. I replaced them with some sliders. That cling on actually worked really for the 4 mos I had it, although I was too afraid to unzip the windows.
12-11-2012 07:59 PM
Neil F. Niteshades is not opticaly clear. It will be very blury if you use is on windows.
12-11-2012 01:24 PM
doolyd Anybody tried nightshades that you spray on your turn signals and stuff to black them out?
12-11-2012 01:08 PM
ShakaBrahTJ This is probably a better idea than what I did. I used 20% regular window tint on the front. Worked great at first but has started "unsticking" in areas due to bending the window when putting it up and down. The cling stuff could be taken off and reapplied. My back Windows are still great, but I don't bend those.

Window tint guy told me the plastic windows really aren't supposed to be tinted over because they release a small amount of gases. But I did anyway.

Here's mine right after being done.

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12-11-2012 12:28 PM
Beastmaster I sent a PM to the OP asking about this with no reply, he may not be active any more.
12-09-2012 10:04 PM
dixau11 Bump!
12-09-2012 09:55 PM
Originally Posted by dixau11 View Post
How did it hold up?
I'm interested too.
12-09-2012 09:40 PM
dixau11 How did it hold up?
06-24-2012 03:49 PM
Atthehop If the police cannot see in it is illegal in !j.
06-24-2012 03:27 PM
Wattapunk The back came tinted with my top. So far it's working well. Hard doors would be alot easier to tint because it's really made for real windows. I do recommend leaving a tiny gap around the window so the adhesion is better. So far with the heat, the adhesion is alot better due to the windex drying out. I figured if I ever get pulled over for illegal tint, I can just take remove it in front of the officer to maybe avoid a ticket.
06-24-2012 01:49 PM
Jeeper_Kreeper Did you do your back window and side windows too?
06-24-2012 12:59 PM
fourty4magjr You know that turned out pretty darn good! Nice job!
06-24-2012 11:56 AM
CharTay Impressive!
06-24-2012 11:48 AM
Dusty Rhodes Wonder how it would work with hard doors? It looks great on your jeep and should help keep it much cooler.
06-24-2012 11:11 AM
06GoldenEagle looks like it worked alright
06-24-2012 11:09 AM
REVIEW: tinting front plastic windows with cling/peel tint

There's numerous debate regarding tinting the plastic windows and I figured and try using the cling/peel 20% tint sold at autozone. I figured it's worth a try for only $12 for both windows. I never unzip my windows. It's either only up or off. I'm too cheap for sliders but figured $12 is worth a try. Very straight forward, same process as regular tint.
1) took windows inside on my kitchen table, clean/wipe with windex
2)spray windex on plastic windows and apply tint.
3)I trimmed using sharp scissors, following the window stitching. DON'T USE A RAZOR BLADE!! You might cut the stitching.(most tedious process)
4) squeegee and done.. Took a total of 45mins: Here's pics 2 days after and 95 degrees. Very pleased. There's a few small bubbles I need to squeegee out. Definitely on there good after 2 days in the outside heat. Don't know long term or with windows unzipped but cheap investment and easily removal:

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