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Hi just wanted ur opinions ive been tinting about 6 months at a shop doin around 10-12 cars a day working with few other tinters, my question is I can only really dry shrink, that wat I was taught at my 2 week course before I started working at my shop and thats wat everyone seems to use but every now and then we get a car that can be difficuilt to dry shrink and the more experienced guys I work with say that I should try wet shrink it, only problem is I am not very good at wet shrinking rear screens, I can wet shrink cargos and some doors if I need to no problems but rear screens are a different story for me, I usually end up creasing it and having dramas, my question is do u think it is important to be able to wet shrink as well as dry? I can usually dry shrink about 90% of the cars we get it no probs but its the odd car usually dodgy retail jobs like older cars n stuff that dry shrinking can be difficuilt, the guys I work with think so but I just wanted ur opinons thanks

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