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Dry Shrink Backglass


Prep the outside of the backglass anyway. Scrub it, blade it, wipe it clean with paper towel.

Then spray the glass with soap and water. Next, wipe the glass with the micro fiber towel. The soap and water will dry in 3 - 5 static...makes for an eazy dry shrink.

No need for baby powder, dryer sheets or a bar of soap.... or spraying the glass with soap and water and waiting for it to dry..... :thumb


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I'm too used to using bounce, that I don't even try new methods. But if one day I run out I might give it a try.

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I know there is reasons why some don't use them, but I've been using them this long and don't have any ill effects.

So I think I'll keep using them. Thanx for the advice, but I guess I'm just being stubborn in my old ways.

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