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RYT I HAVE BEEN TINTING A YEAR AND FOUND OUT A FEW THINGS I DUNO IF ANY OF YOU KNOW THESE TIPS

1.CUTING THE RUBBERS SO NO LIGHT GAPS(BIT OBVIOUS)

2.SANDING DOWN THE DOT MATRIX SO NO WATER CAN GET STCK USING A VERY FINE PEICE OF SANDING PAPER ( GREAT OUT COME )

3.GET NO TOLKEN POWEDER ON THE CARS GET A SHEET OF BOUNCE CLOTH WET AND WIPE IT ON CAR WAIT FOR DRY THEN SHRINK AS USUALI FOR DRY SHRINK

4.USE RAPIDTAC ( STRONGEST ONE) ALSO TO GET RID OF THE BEST OF THE DOTS ON THE DOT MATRIX

5.IF YOU DECIDE TO DO WET SHRINK USE MR SHINE POLISE ON THE OUTSIDES OF THE TINT AND SOPY WATER IN THE MIDDLE

6.USING THAT BLAKC SILOCONE STUFF TO COVER UP LIGHT GAPS IF U MUST NEED SOME TAKES SUM EXPERIENCE OF USING IT THOS SO U DONT MAKE IT LOOK SHIRT

HAHA DNO IF U ALL ALREDI KNEW ALL THAT JUST FORT I WUD LET U KNW!

.... and luking for a job atm! haha :evilgrin

baker_1989-2005@hotmail.co.uk just email me directly if u got any questions becuase ill probly never go on this again

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Elliot,

You can turn off your capitol lock! It comes across as if you are yelling.... and trust me... We can all hear you fine...

Good Energy! :DD

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cutting a customers car up is a no-no.

who still uses TALCUM powder?? (it's not tolken powder ... even in England)

sanding the dots is a nice way to replace the ugly white air pattern with an ugly brown rust one instead.

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