3M™ Window Film delivers great looks and unbeatable performance
The inventor of window film, 3M is always on the cutting edge of industry technology. Because 3M uses its patented adhesives to create a clear and strong bond, a beautiful look is guaranteed. It won’t be marred by bubbles, peeling or blisters.
Adding 3M™ Window Film to your car has plenty of benefits
Having 3M™ Window
Film on your car is like
wearing SPF 1000.
Make your car look
cooler on the outside,
and feel cooler on the inside.
in place during
an accident or act of
Most installations take
less than an hour and
are backed by a lifetime
Don’t forget, Tropic Tint can tint your fleet of commercial vehicles.
3M™ Metalized from $179
FX HP gives your car a cool look on the outside, while cooling down its inside and enhancing its privacy. A hybrid of two film technologies FX HP combines a dyed film with a metalized film to provide the best of both worlds. Read more…
3M™ Nano-Carbon from $209
Don’t settle for anything less! 3M Color Stable’s appearance rivals tinted factory glass, it never turns purple and it provides high heat rejection with no signal interference. Read more…
3M™ Crystalline from $499
If you’re searching for the ultimate in high technology, superior clarity and performance with a premium look, then 3M Crystalline is perfect for your ride. Read more…
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When you have your windows tinted at Tropic Tint, you will receive the finest quality application by some of
the most highly skilled and experienced technicians in the industry.
For more than three decades, Tropic Tint has been leading the way in installation technology. Custom
micro window edging, one-piece rear windows, splicing and heat molding (where applicable) are all
techniques that found their roots at Tropic Tint.
DID YOU KNOW THAT WINDOW FILM CAN HELP YOU AVOID SUN DAMAGE?
You can keep the windows up but you can’t escape the sun’s rays.
The New England Journal of Medicine has published a shocking photo of a 69 years old man with severe damage from ultraviolet rays on one side of his face.
The unnamed man, who gave permission to use this photo, told researchers that he had driven a delivery truck for 28 years. UVA rays had penetrated the driver side window of his truck, damaging the skin on the left side of his face while the right side was protected from the sun.