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How do you make any anchor using the dryer sheet? Won't you crease the tint since there's no water?

My next problem is that my sides always have a horizontal fingers that I move the the top and bottom to make vertical since you can't heat the sides. I always end up with a never ending fat finger that I separate but sometimes burn. Any tips?

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Wear gloves, use your hands to seperate fingers and smooth film. It is about the only way I shrink!

Anchor around the center of the glass, horizontal. Just take a damp paper towel and make a strip, then put the film down and run a sqeegee just over your anchor spot.

Hope that helps :lol

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Wear gloves, use your hands to seperate fingers and smooth film.  It is about the only way I shrink! 

Anchor around the center of the glass, horizontal.  Just take a damp paper towel and make a strip, then put the film down and run a sqeegee just over your anchor spot. 

Hope that helps :spit

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and the winner is...............:lol2 ttc

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TTC and my :lol

mdog's soap method (M-Dog's Soap Method) uses the same tecnique

as dryer sheets, without the toxic fumes :spit

add to that, everything TTC said

BGs will be Tight as a Prius quarter :lol2

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try and use frabic sizing...it is cheep 99cents a can and you spray it over the glass let it dry and itwill anchor better than the fabric sheets...I like fabric sheets if it is a harder shrink...the sizing stuff is easy to work with but can be a mess to clean up...I really don't mind the clean up but alotof people do.....

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just wet the index finger of your glove and lift the tint one side at a time making a H pattern across the back glass. By doing this you push all the fingers to the top and bottom.

If your tint wants to pop up on the side edges just wet the edge again and it should hold it down

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