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cut the rubber


I'm not talking about the straight edge side, I'm talking about the narrow side.. the glass covers the rubber about 2.5 inches and I don't think it's possible to cut that thick rubber w/ an olfa (and I wouldn't wanna do it that way either on a mercedes). I was able to slide the film between the glass and the rubber in today but had no way of squeezing the water out, so I just cut it about 1/8" between glass and the rubber towards the narrow edge. anyone do a lot of mercedes know what I'm talking about?

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Guest naughtydog

some people cut the crescent shaped section at a 45 degree angle so you cant see a light gap when looking from the inside out. Othere just folllow the crescent shape and may have a tiny light gap.

I think I would take the window out if I do another one but charge accordingly.


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Guest tint rookie

I go for the crescent shape cut to match the shape of the rubber, ill cut it a bit larger and slice just the edge of the rubber a bit, so can slip a little film under there and there wont be a light gap

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