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Yeah, been having the same problems.  I've found that wet shrinking after dry shrinking has helped a bit.  I also leave where it covers the dots hanging a bit to dry out and lay it down dry on the dots.  We've been tinting it with the glass warm and defroster on to help with the peanuts on the defroster lines, then torching what pops up.  Seems to help to really get all of the water out too.  Either way, wasting way too much time on what should be a quick car.

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Let that car sit after you tint it. When ever you get those cars tell the customer it will take 8 hours to do. I have done about 20 of them. All I do is let it sit outside where the sun shines. Then I either use the lil chizzler or the big foot to push the peanuts down.

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