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Hey guys, I recently bought a 2020 EX-L, and one of the first things that I did was to tint the front windows (20%) and the sunroof (5%). I'm a redhead, as are most of my kids, and I hate the feeling of the sun hitting me.

I know the factory privacy glass really doesn't offer any UV protection, so would it be worth going over it with a really light UV blocking tint? I'm wondering if it will make any difference with the amount of heat getting into the van? Will it help to minimize sun damage to the interior?

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It definitely helps for all the items you listed. I went with 35% front and 18% on the rear (2nd row, 3rd row, rear). I probably could have gone darker with the fronts, but I have those static cling shades if I need a litlte more coverage.
 

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It definitely helps for all the items you listed. I went with 35% front and 18% on the rear (2nd row, 3rd row, rear). I probably could have gone darker with the fronts, but I have those static cling shades if I need a litlte more coverage.
Do you have photos of your tint?
 

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This is mine. Like I said, 20% up front, 5% on the sunroof, and factory on the rear. As you can see, the factory tinting looks slightly lighter than the 20% up front. I'm thinking I'm going to just pull the trigger and have them finish the tint in the back next week.

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OP - the car looks good! A little darker in the rear would balance out the fronts nicely, although it can be hard to tell in pictures over the internet.

Do you have photos of your tint?
Here are pictures of my car that I posted in the 20" wheel thread (if you were asking me). It was overcast/raining when I took the pictures, so the tint looks much darker than it usually does.

 
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