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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :spit

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :dance

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :beer

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :lol2

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :lol2

:lol2

tillman- its MOLE skin, not mold skin. and, if you lightly sand them and wipe with rubbing alcohol then they stick like a mother all the time. Also, if you ever have peeling issues then switch to CR laurence felt tape its a lot sticker and a lot tougher

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :lol2

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :lol2

:lol2

tillman- its MOLE skin, not mold skin. and, if you lightly sand them and wipe with rubbing alcohol then they stick like a mother all the time. Also, if you ever have peeling issues then switch to CR laurence felt tape its a lot sticker and a lot tougher

:lol2 :lol2

Peckerweed- it's STICKIER, not sticker...

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :spit

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :shoot1

:dunno

tillman- its MOLE skin, not mold skin. and, if you lightly sand them and wipe with rubbing alcohol then they stick like a mother all the time. Also, if you ever have peeling issues then switch to CR laurence felt tape its a lot sticker and a lot tougher

:rock:hmmm

Peckerweed- it's STICKIER, not sticker...

:spit:lol2 :lol2 :rollin

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :spit

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :rollin

:spit

tillman- its MOLE skin, not mold skin. and, if you lightly sand them and wipe with rubbing alcohol then they stick like a mother all the time. Also, if you ever have peeling issues then switch to CR laurence felt tape its a lot sticker and a lot tougher

:dunno:lol2

Peckerweed- it's STICKIER, not sticker...

:rock:lol2:hmmm:shoot1

Lucky that window tinters don't have to know how to spell. A lot of us would be in trouble!!!

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :spit

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :lol

:spit

tillman- its MOLE skin, not mold skin. and, if you lightly sand them and wipe with rubbing alcohol then they stick like a mother all the time. Also, if you ever have peeling issues then switch to CR laurence felt tape its a lot sticker and a lot tougher

:rock:dunno

Peckerweed- it's STICKIER, not sticker...

:lol2:shoot1:cool:rollin

Lucky that window tinters don't have to know how to spell. A lot of us would be in trouble!!!

You guys a killin me here :lol2:lol:hmmm

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Use the heat gun and warm up the gaskets applying mold skin. Once you apply mold skin heat along the edge of the mold skin to lock out the edges. They tend to stick a whole lot better and won't slip off over time :spit

Gotta luv that "MOLD" skin! :shoot1

:dunno

tillman- its MOLE skin, not mold skin. and, if you lightly sand them and wipe with rubbing alcohol then they stick like a mother all the time. Also, if you ever have peeling issues then switch to CR laurence felt tape its a lot sticker and a lot tougher

:rock:hmmm

Peckerweed- it's STICKIER, not sticker...

:spit:lol2 :lol2 :rollin

you gotta love this form for this very reason omg :lol2 :lol2 :lol2 :lol2

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