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Johnny Mc

Help tinting Land Rover front roll-ups

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1 hour ago, Johnny Mc said:

Why does glass not hold soap solution causing film to stick prematurely?

Try a scrubby pad and alchohol or simple green??? Some have wierd like factory rain x....

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Yup! Some glass just doesn't take water as well as others. Couple of things I do is keep a marked bottle with extra slip. Also, I spray the window down, peel my film, spray the film, carry the film  to the glass with one hand/arm, and then spray more solution on the glass right before applying. 

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3 hours ago, Johnny Mc said:

Why does glass not hold soap solution causing film to stick prematurely?

Most likely it use to have tint...and there are some adhesive still in the pores of the glass...take 91% alcohol and steel wool and clean the shit out of it should work..

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9 hours ago, Midtown Houston said:

Most likely it use to have tint...and there are some adhesive still in the pores of the glass...take 91% alcohol and steel wool and clean the shit out of it should work..

0000 steel wool???

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18 hours ago, CaliTINT said:

Yup! Some glass just doesn't take water as well as others. Couple of things I do is keep a marked bottle with extra slip. Also, I spray the window down, peel my film, spray the film, carry the film  to the glass with one hand/arm, and then spray more solution on the glass right before applying. 

Thanks, that's pretty much the technique I'm using. They suck 

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