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Who is the english major who wrote that dribble??? Adhesing??? the word is adhere or adhering...................apply a samll amount of heat that will 'kind of' heat shrink??? not kind of, actually WILL..................

Who the hell scrapes the outside of the window to start???

Heat from the sunlight is what activates the adhesive in the tinting!......oh, so the tackyness that is already there or the solution you spray on it does nothing????

place the tint, non-adhesive side down, onto something.....the hood is a good choice .....seems like as good a place as any??? Duh.............

Don't expect your first job to look 100% as good as a tint shop! ....................or even 10% as good

Practicing on a small piece of glass (broken window, glass coffee table) would be beneficial ......yeah, practice on broken glass......the smaller the better.................. :dunno

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Who is the english major who wrote that dribble??? Adhesing??? the word is adhere or adhering...................apply a samll amount of heat that will 'kind of' heat shrink??? not kind of, actually WILL..................

Who the hell scrapes the outside of the window to start???

Heat from the sunlight is what activates the adhesive in the tinting!......oh, so the tackyness that is already there or the solution you spray on it does nothing????

place the tint, non-adhesive side down, onto something.....the hood is a good choice .....seems like as good a place as any??? Duh.............

Don't expect your first job to look 100% as good as a tint shop! ....................or even 10% as good

Practicing on a small piece of glass (broken window, glass coffee table) would be beneficial ......yeah, practice on broken glass......the smaller the better.................. :dunno

MORON tinting 101

the sunlight part is a good way to explain the reason behind keeping the windows up though. To the general person, it makes a lot more sense than saying theres a soapy slip solution underneath blah blah blah........

I just tell my customers that you have to allow the film to dry and tack up, and letting it sit out in the sun greatly expedites this process.

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