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Guest 1PEECBARETTA

This is for the cars with the impossible quarter glasses.-Accords, Fusions,Mercades,ect.. Cover the area that you can't tint behind with Black vinyl. makes the gap a little less finicky ,too.With practice and a steady hand ,you can make it appear factory.Sure beats removing the glass. :duck

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This is for the cars with the impossible quarter glasses.-Accords, Fusions,Mercades,ect.. Cover the area that you can't tint behind with Black vinyl. makes the gap a little less finicky ,too.With practice and a steady hand ,you can make it appear factory.Sure beats removing the glass. :duck

im not one to put vinyl on a car to make my tint jobs easier/faster.. I do what needs to be done to make it look factory..and vinyl on the outside of the window doesnt cut it for me or my customers...but if it works for you great..good tip :beer

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This is for the cars with the impossible quarter glasses.-Accords, Fusions,Mercades,ect.. Cover the area that you can't tint behind with Black vinyl. makes the gap a little less finicky ,too.With practice and a steady hand ,you can make it appear factory.Sure beats removing the glass. :lol2

im not one to put vinyl on a car to make my tint jobs easier/faster.. I do what needs to be done to make it look factory..and vinyl on the outside of the window doesnt cut it for me or my customers...but if it works for you great..good tip :duck

yeah rub it in TG,

not everyones customers fart gold, I say if they cant afford tint, stickum with vinyl,,,,,,,,,,,,or krylon :beer

J/K

good tip 1 the only thing I would wory about is the guy who uses an Ice scraper.

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Guest CSCustoms

I'm guessing what he meant which I do also when needed is that the vynl goes ont he inside. The end result does look factory and I have never had a customer complain yet.

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Guest 1PEECBARETTA

sorry, the vinyl goes on the outside of the glass, basically covering the area that doesn't get tinted if you don't remove the quarter glass

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This is for the cars with the impossible quarter glasses.-Accords, Fusions,Mercades,ect.. Cover the area that you can't tint behind with Black vinyl. makes the gap a little less finicky ,too.With practice and a steady hand ,you can make it appear factory.Sure beats removing the glass. :lol2

im not one to put vinyl on a car to make my tint jobs easier/faster.. I do what needs to be done to make it look factory..and vinyl on the outside of the window doesnt cut it for me or my customers...but if it works for you great..good tip :beer

yeah rub it in TG,

not everyones customers fart gold,

they dont :duck:lol2

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Guest 1PEECBARETTA

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If you look close, you may or may not see the vinyl on the quarter glass.It does blend in well on this car, prbably because it is black.It is there.I'll get some close up shots later and post them .this trick does work very well and my customers have been delighted :duck

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