Newest Stretch headlight taillight tint film changes the color of the headlight from white to tint / smoke / yellow color while providing optimal protection for the BMW smoked tail lights against water marks, insects, bird droppings, road oils, yellowing caused by smoke and pollution as well as gloss out on the surface.
LinkedGo Headlight/Taillight Protection Film Specifications:
- 4 Colors (Smoke, Light black, Yellow, Blue)
- Hydrophobic (Advanced water repelling properties)
- Anti-Contamination (Easy to remove contaminants)
- Fast Recovery
- Stain Resistant
LinkedGo Vinyl Smoke tints have the following advantages over conventional PVC smoking / painting :
- The conventional PVC headlight taillight tint is not stretchable, it is easy to have creases when it is installed, and LinkedGo Vinyl has strong stretch and self-healing properties.
- PVC headlight film transmittance is only 70%-85%. However, LinkedGo Vinyl light transmittance is 100%, it will not affect driving safety, and will not touch the traffic laws of various USA continents.
- It can be done at home by DIY method, and the installation time only takes 3-5 minutes.
- Acts as a protective film on top of the headlamp/tail lamp glass surface. This prevents the glass from getting visible scratches, etc.
- For older vehicles with scratched / yellowed headlamp surfaces (outer glass), the age can be hidden by masking the lamps with smoke tint film.
- It is possible to choose any color of smoke tint film depending on individual taste / preference.
LinkedGo Vinyl smoke tint film can produce better than the effect as painting/PVC smoking the headlamps, as shown in this picture
BMW smoked tail lights
3 Year Warranty in smoked headlight tail lights
LinkedGo Vinyl Light Protection Film (LPF) has a 3-year warranty against delaminating, yellowing, bubbling and cracking.
Size of smoked headlight tail lights
- Smoke: 12″x48″
- Light black: 12″x48″
- Yellow: 12″x48″
- Blue: 12″x48″
Can I do it at home? What tools do I need?
For more information on adhering the headlight tint film, see my post on ” How to install Headlight Tint Film on a car ? “