Friday, 15 October 2021 11:55

Protective tint

Written by  Staff Reporters
Wildcat Static Cling Tint adds a protective layer to the windows of your tractor, harvester or other self-propelled units. Wildcat Static Cling Tint adds a protective layer to the windows of your tractor, harvester or other self-propelled units.

Now available in New Zealand, Wildcat Static Cling Tint adds a protective layer to the windows of your tractor, harvester or other self-propelled units, to help keep out harmful UV rays and heat, without expensive professional tinting.

Allowing only 5% of visible light to be transmitted means the windows appear almost black from the outside, yet occupants still have a great view out. The Static Cling Tint also prevents the sun from fading and damaging the vehicle interior and dashboard. By reducing the heat inside the vehicle, the cabin is cooler and more comfortable on hot summer days, which is said to make for safer and more relaxed driving and a major reduction in glare.

Easy to install as it contains no glue, the process doesn’t require any specialist tools, although it is very important that the surface of the glass is completely free from dirt or dust. The film is rolled roll onto the glass and smoothed out, before cutting away excess.

Supplied in a roll measuring 510mm x 1800mm, one of the advantages of static cling tint is that it’s very easy to remove when no longer needed, doesn’t leave any residue on the glass and once removed can be reused on another glass surface.

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