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Re: Window tinting

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A firm called "Mr Tint" (Alexandra Parade, Glasgow) have tinted two of my high-roof Doblos in the last 4 months. Results are excellent. Can't recommend them enough. Cost was 150 for the first Doblo (6-windows, but not the 4 skylights, windscreen or front side windows) and 190 for the second Doblo (10 windows - included the sky lights this time).

I also have curtains inside, but might change those for black foam sheets that I will cut to size and push in place.
Oh, and that was for high-quality, very dark, limo-tint plus a strip of black plastic on the outside of the car where the two sliding windows on the side loading doors meet.
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A firm called "Mr Tint" (Alexandra Parade, Glasgow) have tinted two of my high-roof Doblos in the last 4 months. Results are excellent. Can't recommend them enough. Cost was 150 for the first Doblo (6-windows, but not the 4 skylights, windscreen or front side windows) and 190 for the second Doblo (10 windows - included the sky lights this time).

I also have curtains inside, but might change those for black foam sheets that I will cut to size and push in place.
any chance of some pictures please im realy thinking of geting it done
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Re: Window tinting

well went for the blinds (60 ebay inc post) and as luck would have it they came with 2 bags of clips so got loads spare and could afford to put a few exrtra on

blinds look good and work well, come end of summer they will be removed to prevent fading (quick thin film of armorall before fitting will help) and increase winter visability
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Good choice I reckon, cheaper and removable. Armorall is good under the arms as well.
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Re: Window tinting

Thanks....but I prefer Lynx.
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