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Llumar or Madico and % preference


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Guest davidschroeder

I am taking my Lexus GS300 to get tinted next week and am having a hard time choosing the tint. My choices are 35% Madico or 20% Llumar. Price is exactly the same, the car is black with a tan interior. I am worried about the 20% looking too dark, but am hoping the tan interior makes it look a bit lighter. Does anyone have pictures of either 20% or 35% on a black car with tan interior? The shop let me hold up little square samples, but that doesn't help too much. I have 35% on my 300zx with black interior and it seems light at times. Just wondering if anyone could give a suggestion or even a picture I can compare with.

Thanks for the help,

Dave

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Guest davidschroeder
35% looks better -imo

What State are you in?

I'm in Wisconsin, that is my worry. Legal is 50% in front and 35% in back. I have not had any problems with 35% front and back in my other car so far.

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Guest expertint

Stay with the 35% you'll find most tintshops perfer light tint..looks better,classier and safer for you.Unless it is legal and you have little children in the back then darker might be better.

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Guest gtotint
Stay with the 35% you'll find most tintshops perfer light tint..looks better,classier and safer for you.Unless it is legal and you have little children in the back then darker might be better.

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Guest davidschroeder
what series film for madico and llumar?

each film company has different series of films, so that may matter a bit

Madico would be the 35% onyx and the Llumar spec sheet I saw was for the premium dye that is called the 20% but only allows 15% of light through. I'm not sure on the series.

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Guest davidschroeder
Sold Madico for many years. Onyx has a blue look to it, ask the shop if they have the llumar in a 35%...Atr35% has a very nice look to it.

Wish I could but they only have the Llumar in 20%. Anyone have any pictures of a car with tan interior with either 20% or 35%?

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