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June 21st, 2006

New Solar Gard Automotive Window Film Hits the Market

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Solar Gard Supreme and Solar Gard Ultra Performance, the newest industry-leading, sun-protective automotive window film lines are now available in the U.S. The new Solar Gard offerings give consumers exceptional solar control and protection, color stability, and a lifetime warranty -- with finishes ranging from the traditionally darkened tint to a pioneering clear, transparent appearance.

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