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Guest mikehende

non see-through tint?

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the older the plexi the less outgassing that occurs. your windows must be pretty old. :lol2 less outgassing......less problems. just do 'em right the first time.

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the older the plexi the less outgassing that occurs.  your windows must be pretty old.  :duck  less outgassing......less problems.    just do 'em right the first time.

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:lol2 Outgassing can take as long as 20 yrs :duck Different plexi acts differently with tint too..but as mentioned ..you won't want to look forward to the day you have to take it off :lol6

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Guest 1PEECBARETTA
Geez, I said you can't tint plexi like 2 weeks ago on this thread!

Also, tinting one side with 20% silver and the other side with 5% doesn't make a 2 way mirror.  It makes a mirror!

I did that on a training room this year.  You can just ever so barely barely see out of it.  Have to get about 2 inchs from the window and cup your hands.

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What,Yeah,O.K.!!!

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  Different plexi acts differently with tint too..but as mentioned ..

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Ran an experiment a fews years back on this very thing... some blistered others didn't in the time frame they were in the sun before the tornado took it all away.

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Guest Buck

Black the windows out and get  security cameras... 🤷‍♂️

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