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Cut the film oversized enough to overlap the defogger line with each piece, install and cut along the top edge of the defogger line and remove excess...


Read more about it here...


Not as easy as it sounds though. If you are doing your own car, you would be better off just taking it to a professional...


Good luck :wall

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Guest Texasrocker

TintDude, YOU ROCK!!! I personally agree with the "pro-shop method", but at least you try to help the "driveway-doit-yourselfers" also!! You are a Good-Man Indeed!!! Just wanted to say-so!! TR

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Guest MidcoastMW
3? why not 4? even #'s work better.good luck
I saw an 80's mustang hatchback done in something like 15 pieces the other day.. it was baller


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