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Guest kramster

I had redone my front windows because I noticed 3 little chips on my drivers side windows, about the size of the tip of a pen, and after redoing them a few months ago, another one has appeared. A relative of mine just bought a brand new GS450 with tint and the driver side window has several tiny chips in it as well. I first thought it would be something in the felt like a piece of dirt but the film isn't scratched at all....is it something down in the door panel thats making this happen?

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Guest Thetintcenter
Quit throwing your seat belt at your windows

If your chips are horizontal in shape then it's your seatbelt like bk_11 said. If they are vertical then its something else.

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A chicken running loose in the car could explain the pecking chips :thumbdown

Seat belts are usually the culprits along with rings.

I have done it to my own windows before with the seat belt.

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Guest kflemin9

on my old truck I had that happen and it was because while misting fabreeze some got on the window and ate right through it.. little tiny specks in like 4 spots.

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Guest h0wld0g

yep its seat belts I'm about to re do my step dads tacoma driver side for the third time and my niece slung the seat belt into my passenger side and man it shows up for sure on some 5% yes I have med exemption

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Guest Litespeeds
yep its seat belts I'm about to re do my step dads tacoma driver side for the third time and my niece slung the seat belt into my passenger side and man it shows up for sure on some 5% yes I have med exemption

Doesn't matter what kind of medical excuse you have, you can not have 5% limo on the front doors.

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