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On these cars like a neon for example all you do is the same thing you would do on the top edge of any window cut all around the edge and when you apply it leave a 1/16 gap and and carry on as normal. No filing or anything necessary. :lol6

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Guest sdtintin

I file every rollup dont hardly take any longer n I think it gives a bettr finish ,I use nail emmery boards theya re like ?1 for 10 usualy use 1 per 2 doors ,it gives me a edge with no chance of catching peeling etc n it also makes the window look factory ,ive had a few customers complain about the tint being cut with a gap around the top until they find out I file ,they seem to think they are getting a better job ,n a happy customer can only help my buissness :lol6

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Guest Sprinter

when I do these I cut the outer sides first then slide the film twords the front of the car about 1/16th tach it down then cut the top, no filing, no complaints. I've seen some with 1/4 inch gaps all around, how then can they even complain about a 1/16th all around gap!

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