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Taking the windows out? is it the best way?

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  1. 1. Is it best to take the car window out for a perfect tint

    • Window to be taken out
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    • Dont need to take window out
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Guest tintgod

and I bet 99% of you have never even taken out a glass to even compare it to a job that has been done in the vehicle...so how can you even vote against something that you havent tried.

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I have to agree with TG on this one, if it can be roped back in, yank it out :beer I do a ton of mobile work, so pulling glass is not always the best option for me, depending where I'm at, in an apt complex parking lot :poke I ain't yanking any glass, but if I'm in a nice shop and have the time, absolutly.

If done either way, it can look right and professional, there is a trick to doing rubber set 1/4's without pulling them, and having no light gaps with NO trimming of the rubber :thumb:poke

Mabye I'll put it in the TOTW section :beer:lol2:lol2

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I have taken out glass before. It never comes out quite like I would want it to.

In some instances, it would be easier, but I have run into so few of those situations, I don't see it as being necessary ( plus as God Of War already pointed out you run into possible headaches like breakage :thumb ). Whatever works for you I guess... :lol2

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I have taken out glass before. It never comes out quite like I would want it to.

In some instances, it would be easier, but I have run into so few of those situations, I don't see it as being necessary ( plus as God Of War already pointed out you run into possible headaches like breakage :lol2 ). Whatever works for you I guess... :poke

I have taken out hundreds..maybe thousands of door glass and have never had on break on me...but it is a possible if you dont know what you are doing or are careless..but that goes for anything. :thumb

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I don't pull glass most of the time..customers love the job I give them . With that said, I respect like TG's way since he's not "wasting " his time pulling glass,but rather is efficient in his ways and is happy with the price he charges, and the outcome of the job for the time invested. :thumb

I think the poll is bogus. The best way is the way that works best for the tinter's preferred way of tinting. pulling the glass alone doesn't make a better job ... technique, experience and actually knowing the definition of "quality" and practicing that definition does :lol2

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:lol2 I was simply stating that I PERSONALLY don't see it as being necessary. I prefer not to take unnecessary chances. I've never had a lot of the things that occur in some tinters' horror stories, due mainly to the fact that I am aware of the complications that could arise in different situations. I have never broken any windows either, nor have I had any windshields break on me when removing a mirror, but that doesn't mean that it is impossible even when exercising caution. $hit happens sometimes.....

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I don't pull glass most of the time..customers love the job I give them . With that said, I respect like TG's way since he's not "wasting " his time pulling glass,but rather is efficient in his ways and is happy with the price he charges, and the outcome of the job for the time invested. :poke

I think the poll is bogus. The best way is the way that works best for the tinter's preferred way of tinting. pulling the glass alone doesn't make a better job ... technique, experience and actually knowing the definition of "quality" and practicing that definition does :lol2

:thumb Aint it the truth :poke

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