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Dry shrinking w/ powder and dry sheet


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Guest VaTinterPMan

How do youll start to anchor the tint when you are dry forming it I Have trouble with the tint moving to much with the powder esp. on a SL1 the saturn or a corv. Just asking for tips and tricks thanx :bingo:bingo

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Guest Flychucker

Try Bounce fabric softner. Put it on wet- let it dry to a haze. Put the film on. set it across the middle and along the sides- make like an H on the rear window. this should set it down. If not, reclean the rear window and try it again.

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Guest BLACKOUT SoKal

I plan to try this method in a little bit, I have the tint and my ride in the shop. I know ivory was suggested, should it be a "lathery" soap? all I have here is some facial soap, I also have hand soap and baby shampoo...what should I use? :spit

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Guest VaTinterPMan
Try Bounce fabric softner. Put it on wet- let it dry to a haze. Put the film on. set it across the middle and along the sides- make like an H on the rear window. this should set it down. If not, reclean the rear window and try it again.

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Do any of youll use powder for more compound curves and if so send some pictures of dry shrinking.

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