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If you do a lot of windshield strips for certain cars, cut your pattern on one and save the liner from the pattern. Then with left over film cores cut about 10 inches long , screw a film core end holder to it. You can then put the assembly on a shelf with the film core facing up while the end cap acts as a base to hold it. Write on the core in indelible pen the "car make". Insert the patterend liner sheet for future use. Place your film on a cutting surface, sliding door glass etc., and lay the liner sheet over as a templet. Cut and your ready. If you make a good templet initially, it speeds up each install. No need to clean outside of windshield since it's been cut on a cutting surface instead. I use the same set up to hold excess film cut from a 40" roll. Film doesn't get crease as you save it for later use. :cool

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