Where to Find Us:

Email: tooeasyautosalon@gmail.com

Phone:    253.964.1040

Fax:        253-466-1664

Address: Too Easy Auto Salon

               Bldg 4081 West Way

               Ft. Lewis, WA 98433

Hours:    9AM to 5PM Mon-Fri

      during rainy season

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Tinting Pricing Guidelines

  • 2 dr car or truck starting price @ $150.00 +tax *
  • 4 dr car starting price @ $220.00 +tax *
  • 4 dr wagon/small suv starting price @240.00 +tax*
  • mini vans, station wagons, large SUV's Starting price @ 250.00 +tax *
  • larger/unique vehicles to be quoted as needed
  • windshield tint strips start @ $40.00 +tax*


  • Removal of existing tint is required prior to any new tint being applied.
  • Tint removal starts @ $20.00 per window +tax





Call to set up an appointment 253-964-1040

Available film choices are 50%(very light), 38%, 20%(popular), and 5%(limo tint)

We can accommodate mixing and matching of different tints as needed at no additional charge.

All tinting services come with a limited lifetime warranty on installation and

We use U.S. Made Viper Non Metallic black/grey films exclusively (no imported cheap tint here!)

Why Viper window film??

Professionally installed Viper Window Film greatly improves the cosmetic appearance of your vehicle.
Viper Window Film reduces heat, glare and harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun's rays.
Viper Window Film protects the interior of your vehicle and its contents from those same harmful rays while strengthening the vehicle glass.
Made in America
Viper Window Film is Made in the U.S.A. with proven technologies and the highest quality materials, manufactured in an ISO 9000: 2000 certified facility with precision equipment, maintained and operated by an experienced staff.
One-Year $5,000 Guaranteed Protection Plan (GPP)
Viper is increasing the value on its popular one-year Guaranteed Protection Plan (GPP) from $2,500 to $5,000 when you purchase Viper Window Film and a Viper security system at the same time.
Non-Metallic Means Clear Reception
You and your vehicle need unimpeded reception of radio frequency (RF) signals – including cell phones! From GPS to tire pressure gauges to your Viper security and remote start system, Viper Window Film does not interfere with RF (including the cellular signals used by Viper SmartStart!)

Approximate Light Levels

Care and Maintenance  


Once window film has been installed, it’s very common to see a slight haziness and/or small water pockets. This is a normal part of the adhesive bonding process called “curing”. Depending on the film type and weather conditions, it may take up to 30 days for the film to be fully cured. The curing process is slow because the remaining water used in installation must evaporate through the film. Sputtered and heavy security films take the longest to dry and will take longer for any hazy appearance to disappear.

Once the film is dry and cured, it’s then safe for the film to be cleaned. The best cleaner is a simple solution of water and a small amount of soap. Clean the window and then squeegee dry with overlapping strokes in the same way you would clean the outside of your car windows. You may also clean the film surface with any normal strength glass cleaner. Products with amonia will not damage the film if used in reasonable quantities and if the film is not left to soak in it. Do not use any abrasive cleaners, industrial strength glass cleaners and/or any other window cleaning tools that may scratch the window film. Remember, the surface of the film is coated with a scratch resistant not scratch proof coating.

Window Film “Myth vs. Reality”

Myth – Window Film will stop fading of interior furnishings 100%
Reality: While window film does a tremendous job in reducing the amount of harmful UV Rays (up to 99%) and solar heat (up to 78%), it will not completely eliminate the deteriorating effects of the sun, especially over a long period of time. However, window film is significantly better at stopping fading in comparison to untreated glass.

Myth – Window Film will ruin my view
Reality: Although a dark or reflective film may reduce the view from the outside
looking into a car, home or office, it does not mean the same optical restrictions apply from the inside looking out. This is due to Visual Acuity where the human eye basically adjusts to its light surroundings and stabilizes sight enabling an unrestricted sight, even when the light transmission has been reduced by up to 70%.

* An additional surcharge may apply to certain vehicles with multiple extra/very large windows.