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It's a flat glass film.

IIRC, the easiest way to shrink it is the same way you shrink CS. By holding it off the glass, heating it and as it shrinks you feed the film onto the glass.

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It's a flat glass film.

IIRC, the easiest way to shrink it is the same way you shrink CS. By holding it off the glass, heating it and as it shrinks you feed the film onto the glass.

I found cs and hp, one of the best films for wet heat shrinking :evileye

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