No, taillight smoke vinyl film cannot be used as window tint. However, some of the customers use our taillight film on polycarbonate motorcycle’s windshield
Yes, taillight vinyl film can be used on headlights as well. On the headlights we recommend to use the taillights without air release.
Yes, the taillight vinyl film needs to be post-heated at 215°F
Make sure the surface is clean and dry before beginning the installation process
- APA’s Taillight vinyl film with air release channels comes in 3 different shades: Light, Medium, and Dark
- APA’s Taillight vinyl film without air release channels comes in 2 different shades: Light and Medium
- We even have a matte light taillight film
Yes, the taillight vinyl film is stretchable like our car wrapping material. Our taillight smoke film is full cast PVC, that makes it easier to stretch with heat.
Tail light film not only makes your car more stylish, but also prevents yellowing and cracking of your lights.
Taillight smoke film with air release channels require dry application and taillight smoke film without air release require wet application.
Most of our customers prefer dry application because it makes the installation process faster and easier.
The width of our taillight film is 19.5 inches. APA Taillight film comes in 5 yards, 10 yards, 25 yards, or 32 yard