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Residential question for light gaps???

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1 hour ago, Roach said:

I leave a gap as thin as my hard card. IWFA (or whatever the letters are) state there should be a tiny light gap to allow it to properly cure. If the film goes all the way to the edges it could curl.




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1 hour ago, smartie2shoes said:

Freehand  ...  blade tip only and the angle of the dangle gives me a fingernail thickness gap.

That's what I do unless it is some nasty wood frames that I need to avoid the edge.

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