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Lamont j

Popcorn on defroster lines

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On 3/15/2021 at 12:20 PM, Lamont j said:

How do I prevent popcorning on defroster lines?

This is what I do. Use a clay bar instead of a scrub pad (it picks up more dirt between the defroster lines) and before install I turn the rear defrosters on. I only do this to cars like mustangs etc. 

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:yeah   :lol2    I was thinking that but just didn't say it.  That sh!t get stuck in ever E thing = teeth, fingernails. 

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On 3/15/2021 at 11:20 AM, Lamont j said:

How do I prevent popcorning on defroster lines?

If your talking about the film popping off then figure out a smoother shrink style.  The film pops because it's not flat. Over shrinking is a problem.....

 

Look at my signature or look up "the ryk shrink" on YouTube. Figure that out and you will likely find your solution.

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Use double 00 steel wool and scrub the defrost line much as possible and shrink the film slowly and not to over heat the film.

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On 3/18/2021 at 8:17 PM, Ryker said:

If your talking about the film popping off then figure out a smoother shrink style.  The film pops because it's not flat. Over shrinking is a problem.....

 

Look at my signature or look up "the ryk shrink" on YouTube. Figure that out and you will likely find your solution.

I have been searching on the proper methods to shrink for a rear window. 
I like that idea/ method with the 2 guns. I have a gun that I am not having good luck with shrinking, so I was off to buy a new gun today.

 

Rookie on a Ryker mission.

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