About Baby Got Shade!

Baby Got Shade car window shades are designed to reduce direct sun glare for babies and kids whilst ensuring complete safety for the driver. These window shades are perforated to allow excellent visibility, along with ensuring children can watch the world go by. Our shades are also super thin so you can still wind your window all the way down and back up again without issue.

Whilst we love the gorgeous designs, because the film is placed on the inside of the window, they are not visible from the outside of the car. They also reduce visibility into the car so obscuring unwanted eyes from seeing those things of value to your family.

Baby Got Shade perforated shades are suitable for all vehicles as they come in a sheet measuring 80cm by 60cm allowing you to trim the sheet to fit your car windows perfectly. So whether it be the daily drive or a special vehicle that the kids are only allowed in if they don’t eat or put their feet on the back of the seats, we’ve got you covered!

Importantly, Baby Got Shade window shades do not leave any permanent residue on car windows. Simply spray with glass cleaning solution and wipe to remove any excess adhesive.

Not just for your car

Baby Got Shade car window shades are great for not only your own vehicle, grandparents, and other family members, but can be applied to nursery or bed room windows for added protection and they make a great baby shower gift.

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FAQs

Do they reduce sun glare?
Yes, they will reduce glare from the sun making for a cooler and more comfortable car ride for your kids.

Are they suitable for tinted windows?
Yes, our shades will not have any problems being placed over windows that are already tinted. The visibility will remain effective and the children will still get the benefit of the great designs.

Do they obscure driver vision?
No, it is perforated film so you can see without obstruction.

Can I wind my window down?
Yes, the shade is so thin that it does not affect the ability to put the window up and down at all.

Can they be seen from the outside?
No, the outside appears black

Do they leave residue when removing?
No. We recommend using a hairdryer to slightly heat shades before removal.

Are they easy to stick on?
Absolutely! See our “How to Apply” section for step by step instructions.

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Baby Got Shade: How to Apply & Remove

Do not apply to:  damp windows  |  wire type rear window defrosters | frosted or textured surfaces|  front windscreens

Preparation: When applying the shades, ensure the outside temperature is between 15-30 degrees. For best results, window glass should not be hot to touch.  Park vehicle in a cool position, out of direct sunlight and with minimal wind.

What you need: Window cleaning solution or hot soapy water; 2x clean lint-free cloths; marker / pen / pencil; plastic card / store card & a pair of sharp scissors &/or Stanley knife / blade.

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  • Step 1: Clean window glass thoroughly using hot soapy water or a window cleaning solution and the first cloth (remember to wind the window down and clean the very top of the glass). Ensure that the window is completely dry by wiping over with the second lint-free cloth.
  • Step 2: Standing outside the car, hold shade with the white side facing you against the outside of the window (ensure the design is the correct way up). Lightly trace around the inside of the window frame onto the white backing sheet. Then trim your Shade approximately 1cm out from the tracing mark, creating a boarder.
  • Step 3: Peel away the white backing paper from the bottom portion of the shade and place the adhesive side of the film up against base of the inside of the window with an extra 1 centimetre of shade below the bottom of the window. Slowly lift and reapply to remove any bubbles.
  • Step 4: Take the plastic card and using the edge, press it against the middle of the bottom section of the window and smooth it down, working your way out to the edges of the window. Trim the shade at the edge of the window using a Stanley knife, then using the plastic card, push the shade against the edges of the glass as firmly as possible.
  • Step 5: At the bottom of the window, use the plastic card to push the bottom of the shade down into the space between the window and the rubber seal in the door, ensuring that the shade is firmly sealed against the window glass.
  • Step 6: Continue peeling the adhesive backing towards the top of the window and press it against the window from centre working your way out to the edges of the window and smooth it down with the credit card.
  • Step 7: When the film has been applied 3/4s of the way up the window, wind the window down so that you can secure the shade right up to the top. Once at the top, trim the shade with a sharp blade to be flush with the very top of the window, ensuring that when the window is closed, the edge of the film will not be exposed. Use the plastic card to press the shade against the window, ensuring all edges and corners adhere firmly.

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Removal of Shade 

Slightly heat shade with a hairdryer to loosen adhesive. Gently peel shade away from window until completely removed.  Spray with glass cleaning solution and wipe to remove any excess adhesive.