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Jul 17, 2015, 7:40 PM

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This might sound like a strange question, but I was wondering if there is a kind of "reverse tint" that does the opposite of regular tint - instead of making things darker, it makes things brighter. I googled it but nothing came up. Is something like this impossible, or is it possible but just not readily available due to very low demand?

Call me crazy but I love driving when the sun is shining and it's extremely bright outside Laugh


Tom Greenleaf
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Jul 18, 2015, 3:46 AM

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Is this "factory" glass and the vehicle only comes with that glass or has window "film" tint been added? You can remove the aftermarket tint not change the color-thru glass of original TMK so far.


Never heard of this just tinting to make darker which is lousy long term IMO. Ask an auto glass place if there are options for your vehicle,


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Hammer Time
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Jul 18, 2015, 4:16 AM

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No, you can't add anything to glass that will cause it to allow MORE light to pass through it, on less.



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