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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: HeatShield - Advanced Windshield Reflector HeatShield is an automotive windshield reflector, "sun shade," or "sun visor," custom designed to fit the shape of each car model's windshield. The HeatShield material is simple and unique. A special metallized polyester film, laminated to a thin layer of closed-cell foam, with a clear polyester film back. HeatShields are custom cut using the latest in computer-aided cutting technology. Then they are sewn around the edge with a cloth binding. So HeatShields are reflective, insulating and custom fit for every car. INSTALLATION HeatShield installation is easy and quick. Lay the Heat Shield across the dash. Lift up to the windshield. Drop the sunvisors for support HeatShield is stiff enough to be supported by the sunvisors alone, but it is flexible enough to be bent around the mirror. Once installed, HeatShield will reduce the interior temperature at the dashboard by as much as 40 deg. F. (25 deg. C.) HeatShields are simple to use, but they are just as easy to store! PRODUCT STORAGE When not in use, store your HeatShield like this: Lift sunvisors and pull HeatShield down. Roll up from end to end and wrap the attached Velcro strap
AutoHeatShields are all custom-made and fit for every make and model vehicle. Every AutoHeatShield® sunshade will fit differently as there are differences in rearview mirror mount locations, side windshield frame (A-pillar) designs, Headliners, and dash designs, as well as windshield shapes and sizes. We pattern the AutoHeatShields directly off of the windshields of the new cars and trucks so we can take into account these unique differences into our product design.
STEP 1: Unroll AutoHeatShield® across dash. Make sure AutoHeatShield® is centered in windshield and placed as far down where glass meets dash.
STEP 2: Tuck the AutoHeatShield® sunshade behind rearview mirror, if mounted on windshield. It is okay to bend the sunshade.
STEP 3: Lift the AutoHeatShield® sunshade against the glass. Adjust it in the windshield, and it may overlap slightly with side windshield frame (A-pillars) and headliner.