3M Night Vision Window Films from Sunscreen Window Tinting

Often, window films with the most sun control and glare reduction capabilities are the ones that are most internally reflective, making them difficult to see through, especially at night. 3M Scotchtint Night Vision window films reduce solar heat by up to 71%, block 99% of damaging UV rays, and reduce glare by 83% - one of the top performers in sun control window tinting.

Additionally, Night Vision’s interior reflectivity is significantly lower than competing films, allowing for more natural light in the room and a better view to the outside.

3M has developed the Night Vision range with a patented technology that maximises sun control capabilities while reducing the reflectivity to allow for clear, unobstructed views.

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