Curious: You indicate that 35% isn't noticeably different. Would that be a difference from 'no tint' or 'not noticeably different from 25%' ? ThanksI have 18% on my truck, and will never go that dark again. The TLX is 25%, and is much easier to see through at night. 35‰ on the wife's Jeep isn't noticeably different.
On my first "real" car, I went with a darker tint (20% or 25%?) and I hated the night time visibility out of the car. Since then, I've went with 35% tint and never felt that I needed darker. At some point, there is diminishing returns in terms of heat reduction and it's about looks and visibility out of the car. I put more value on a balance of the two rather than emphasizing the "black" window look. To each their own of course.I'm want to get 20% on the rear and 35% on front doors. I'm not sure if I want 20% on the rear doors or match them with the fronts at 35%. Thoughts?
I find that 35% works quite well. I understand some like it darker on the back window. If you put 20% on the rear doors, you may have an issue with seeing out at night....checking your blind spot. Read what people say on line out side of the TLX forum. Some indicate they drive with their windows down at night.I'm want to get 20% on the rear and 35% on front doors. I'm not sure if I want 20% on the rear doors or match them with the fronts at 35%. Thoughts?