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· Royal Floor Sweeper
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All standard auto-glass is tinted, usually green. It is more noticeable in a convertible, where you can compare-and-contrast, making it VERY visible. Heck, just compare your windscreen and an open side window, in ANY vehicle.
Usually, the difference is a built-in subtle green tint.
 

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Here in Cali..the most common combination is 20% for all windows rear of driver and 50% for two fronts. You want classy look...go 35% all the way around. Most domestic pre "shaded" vehicles are 20% so if in Hawaii you can go that dark or even darker at 5% "Limo" tint it becomes a matter of preference. Good luck brah! Hope this newbie's info helped.
 

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All standard auto-glass is tinted, usually green. It is more noticeable in a convertible, where you can compare-and-contrast, making it VERY visible. Heck, just compare your windscreen and an open side window, in ANY vehicle.
Usually, the difference is a built-in subtle green tint.
All the car company's are going with different hues lately. New Lexus and scions are more tan than anything. Not the xb's but frs for sure.
 
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