TINTING HEAD-/TAIL LIGHTS

TINTING HEAD LIGHTS AND TAIL LIGHTS.

You may easily add an extra touch of style with our special tinting films. The tint films are available in different colours, including transparent (for protection against stone chips) light smoke, medium smoke, dark smoke, yellow, red, orange, purple, green, pink and blue.

Some characteristics and advantages of lamp tinting/blinding:

  • Easy to replace in case of damage.
  • Will not crack due to UV exposure.
  • Easy to keep clean and car wash resistant.
  • The headlamp film does not change colour and is UV-resistant.
  • The headlight film gives your car a more luxurious, tougher look.
  • The headlight film protects the lights from stone chips and scratches. The car retains its value longer, because the glass remains intact.

Cost per set:

  • Headlight tinting starting at €95,-
  • Rear lights tinting starting at €125,-
  • Fog lights tinting starting at €45,-

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

No, it is not permitted to apply film to lights both front and rear. However, provided that it is done properly and not too dark, the MOT inspector will approve it 9 out of 10 times because it is not visible that it is a film.

 

However, we would like to emphasise that having your headlights/rearlights tinted is at your own risk.

There are 3 different shades of headlight film available. Light, Medium and Dark.

We also have various PPF film headlamp films. Please ask for the possibilities.

We provide a lifetime guarantee on the loosening of the film. The film itself has a standard manufacturer's warranty of 1 year.

This is virtually impossible. Due to many years of experience, we can say that we never cut into the paintwork, even if this is necessary. If cutting on the car is necessary, we use a special cutting tape. It is called Knifeless Tape. We place the tape under the foil and in this tape there is a cutting wire which we pull through the foil so that we have a very tight cutting line.

No, there is no difference between the different shades of headlight film. There is a price difference between the standard headlight film and the PPF headlight film.

No, it is not allowed to apply film on the headlights. Not even a slight tint. But most MOT inspectors usually overlook this. Especially if it looks OEM.

EXAMPLES OF TINTED LIGHTS

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