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I had a 03 ford f150 in the shop today, tinted hundreds of them in the last few years. well I go to put a visor on the front windshield, I scrape the top of the glass and as I go over the matrix it just glides right over :lol the matrix was laminated in between the glass :lol I have a picture I will post later. it was just smooth glass where the matrix was. I never heard anybody talk about it here before, so I thought it might be something new, it was the first time I had seen that.

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the reason they are starting to do that is due to the priming of the glass to adhere to the urethane....lots of crap can get 'embedded' in the frit if it's on the inside....if it's laminated, it can still have the advantages of the 'appearance' but when you prime the glass, you're priming the glass, and nost some strip of frit....it makes for a more well bonded adhesion of the urethane to the glass with less of a chance of adhesive failure :lol6

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