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  1. Parking in the Florida sun, car interior gets hot. Bought window tinting film panels from this source on eBay...for $26.97 delivered free. http://www.ebay.com/itm/131568095657?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT All panel are precut to fit your Spark windows exactly. If you order, be sure to specify your exact model and year. The material was good quality. The trick is to prepare your own solution correctly. Too little shampoo, and the panels are hard to slide around in exact position. Too much shampoo in the mix will make a weaker bond and too many visible bubbles to remove. The panels are cut to fit entire glass in the window. And lot of that glass is inside the rubber molding and does not need to be tinted. I found the job was easier by trimming 1/4" across the bottom of each panel. That way there is less to shove inside the rubber molding. The vendor has various shades of tint you can specify. I ordered a bit darker for the 2 rear windows. You will need help of another person initially to hold the panel up while spraying lubricating liquid which is 3% shampoo & 97% clean water. The panels are easy to slide around on the glass when wet. After that only thing to do is remove all excess water & bubbles between glass & film panel. I used a small plastic flat squeegee with about 2.5" flat business end. That does require patience. I spent about 30 minutes on each window removing bubbles. While I was doing the job in our gated community parking lot, many passerby neighbors admired how good the tinting looked.
  2. Back side

    From the album In the begining

  3. Front side

    From the album In the begining

  4. New tint rear view

    From the album Angrybird 12's Spark

  5. Limo tint

    From the album Skittle

    Day 6 Limo tint, legally not allowed to tint front three windows. Thanks to Nixon at Street Legal Tint & Detail
  6. Dark Tint = Done

    From the album DOUG the SPARK

    Fresh Tint