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Old 08-09-2015, 01:28 AM   #11
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I wouldn't say it makes it easier to see in at night, but it does reverse the refletiveness. Whichever side is darker is the side that can see through. This tint is actually not just reflective, it has 20% darkness as well, so yes, it doe$ make it darker during the day and still makes it difficult at night to see in. But we close Our shades at night regardless.

Well, let me slightly modify what I said. During dusk, while its almost as dark outside as it is inside you can't see through the tint at all from the outside. With all the lights off inside you can't see in at all either. It pretty much has to be midnight dark outside with several lights on inside to see through, even then, not easily.

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Old 08-09-2015, 05:41 AM   #12
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Why are we talkin about window tint with that good lookin boat in the foreground? I think I'm having fishin withdrawals now...

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