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That is not 100% true. Even though you felt a rubber / plastic / silicone trim, there is always a chance that the film can get scratched if it picks up a piece of sand on the felt trim. In general, this reduces the possiblity of scratching tremendously but it doesn't stop it. This is what I tell my customer's because if you tell them the tint won't get scratched, what are you going to do when they come back with a scratch on it? :shoot1

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Guest tint4less
what are you going to do when they come back with a scratch on it?  :shoot1

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you replace it if its covered with there warranty :thumb without telling them anything.

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Guest Tint Masters
felt...never have done it, don't know how to do it and not sure why someone would want to do it :thumb  we have NEVER had a vehicle of any sort come back with scratched tint :lol2

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:hmmm

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