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Who invented window tint

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it was the greeting card guy who made two pieces together and had a window in the card you could see through and from there the rest is history. :lol2

You guys have some good answers but this is the real story :dunno

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What about MY answer?

WINDOW FILMS WAS BORN IN USSR at 1959 :dunno

Leo: here is Old Proverb you may like. "Never trust a man who does not drink."

Seeing how we don't know if MMM drinks, I trust Leo.

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What about MY answer?

WINDOW FILMS WAS BORN IN USSR at 1959 :dunno

Leo: here is Old Proverb you may like. "Never trust a man who does not drink."

Seeing how we don't know if MMM drinks, I trust Leo.

I like it.

I know it.

I use it.

And I can add:

NEVER DO BIZ WITH MAN WHO DOESN'T DRINK.

By the way this is russian test - if man don't drink You have to avoid him.

That's why we drink first.

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I think before they became Madico they were Lintec corp. At least that is where my father inlaw ordered his film from in 1966.

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I think before they became Madico they were Lintec corp. At least that is where my father inlaw ordered his film from in 1966.

No Lintec came many, many years after mate.

I'm certain the original Madico dude's name was something like Maddy Wildorf (owner) or something like it....I bet his dead by now.

Devil

Edited by Devil with bad attitude

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The first window ever tinted and intended to reduce solar gain from entering a structure was done in early 1960

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The first window ever tinted and intended to reduce solar gain from entering a structure was done in early 1960

Space capsule :lol2

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A Rep told me That 3m was contacted by I think Hallmark greeting cards becasue they needed a transparent silver material for one of their cards. after making some samples they displayed them for the hallmark reps by putting the samples up to the glass to see through them. Somebody noticed that the heat was reduced by doing so. Wha-lah!!! window tint!!! So we got window tint like we got SPAM....accident.

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A Rep told me That 3m was contacted by I think Hallmark greeting cards becasue they needed a transparent silver material for one of their cards. after making some samples they displayed them for the hallmark reps by putting the samples up to the glass to see through them. Somebody noticed that the heat was reduced by doing so. Wha-lah!!! window tint!!! So we got window tint like we got SPAM....accident.

That is actually very similar to the story that I have heard. Whether it is true or not, :sad At this point, we are 30+ years into it. Why does it even matter?

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