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Thread: Need to get tints on the new EXT, looking around Reston, VA

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    Need to get tints on the new EXT, looking around Reston, VA

    I am from Maryland but work in Reston, VA. Looking to find a place I could swing by after work to get the two front windows tinted. Anybody know a reputable place that is affordable? On my 04 I paid around 85 to get my front two windows done back at home. If I can't find anywhere around here that's comparable I'll just go back to the place near home on the weekend. Thanks in advance!


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    Re: Need to get tints on the new EXT, looking around Reston, VA

    Best I could tell you is in Warrenton. A bit out of the way with traffic. 29S into Warrenton. Left at first light about 1 mile up on right. You passed if you see the DMV. I was told $99 for my work truck front windows. I'm sure there would be something in Chantilly. There would have to be something around 28 and 50. Mike

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    502 Shaw Rd, Sterling - (703) 467-8295 came up on a google search.

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    Re: Need to get tints on the new EXT, looking around Reston, VA

    The tinting process is so simple that if you can hear thunder and see lightning you ought to be able to do it yourself. All you need is a single edge razor blade, a spray bottle filled with water and a few drops of dish soap, and a small squeegee. There are dozens of DIY websites on the subject. One guy has vidos of his little kids tinting windows.
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