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Some times you come across frost film vinyl. You'll start getting frustrated scraping it. Try scouring the film in vertical strip and peeling it slowly.

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Looks like bronze Matt......try that with DC or FC.... It's miserable. Strips sometimes help but it still sucks

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Might want to add to make sure to use SS blades if scouring the film to help reduce the risk of scratching the glass. 

 

 

I do not use the blade strait on when cutting the film into strips, I always cut with the blade at a 45 degree angle so not to scratch the glass.

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Might want to add to make sure to use SS blades if scouring the film to help reduce the risk of scratching the glass. 

 

 

I do not use the blade strait on when cutting the film into strips, I always cut with the blade at a 45 degree angle so not to scratch the glass.

 

:ditto  As long as the slope of the blade doesn't go above that all should be good. My slope when scoring is less than 25 degrees. I have seen scratches made by SS blades all because they were dull or (microscopically) corroded at the edge.

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