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3M Automotive Window Film
Privacy | Heat Rejection | Aesthetics
3M first patented window films in 1966 and has been leading the industry ever since. Whether you're looking for privacy, heat rejection, or just like the look of tinted windows, 3M has a solution for you.
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If you want to black out your car’s windows and are on a budget, 3M Obsidian Automotive Window Film is for you. It is manufactured by infusing carbon dye into clear polyester and is warrantied for as long as you own your car never to purple, bubble, blister, peel, or delaminate. Privacy and style at an attractive price make Obsidian a great option.
Looking for a great factory color match on your truck, SUV, or crossover? Looking for heat rejection while blacking out your car’s windows? Then 3M Ceramic IR is perfect for you. It is made of nano-ceramic particles that offer 95% infrared (IR) heat rejection between 900-1,000nm. It is warrantied for as long as you own your car never to purple, bubble, blister, peel, or delaminate. Ceramic IR offers privacy, style, color match, and heat rejection.
Crystalline is the ultimate automotive window film. It is designed to block out the sun’s infrared heat (up to 99% between 900-1,000nm) without blocking out the sun’s visible light (aka darkening your car’s windows). Crystalline is perfect for those wanting a cooler cabin during the summer, especially if you transport children and pets. It is warrantied for as long as you own your car never to purple, bubble, blister, peel, or delaminate.
Which 3M Automotive Window Film is Right For You?
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All of the above 3M automotive window films feature a lifetime nationwide warranty.
Every 3M automotive window film installation performed by our certified installation network is added to your vehicle’s Carfax report when you activate your warranty. Contact your certified installer for details.
Please obey all applicable local, state, and federal laws when choosing a window film.