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    Window tinting, skateboarding, foxbody mustangs.
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  1. I would just leave it. If you have it removed then you might have adhesive left over, which would look worse. I rarely will redo a back window I certain models.
  2. I hate the looks those...just worthless. I’ll offer to take them off, but they can deal with putting them back on.
  3. You can apply film over the Visor strip, but you’re gonna see a line where the film for the windshield over laps the visor. Not horrible looking but won’t look as clean.
  4. The best way is sanding with 1500 grit really well horizontally. Then follow up with steel wool. The lines are so thick you will barely be touching glass. Then just squeegee like any Bg. Just did one now with no peanuts.
  5. Its gonna take dozens razor blades. Most likely going to gets scratches, especially if the glass is soft. Defrosters lines wont work either. Only other option would be replacing the glass.
  6. Maybe reduce slip mixture and sand more.
  7. As the tech mentioned does look rather thick to be an olfa.
  8. Charger/300, Tesla, Old lexes & Audi all get sanded with 1500 grit. I never get any peanuts.
  9. Xpel is just global reboxed. Its funny how customers don’t want once they know.
  10. I had a custy call a few weeks ago wanting removal on a new car. I asked if she called to see if they would fix it. She said there were light gaps and hair under it and did not want them touching her car. Remember, just because people are complaining it does not mean your work great.
  11. The blue ones will last longer wrapping in hard cards. I only use white for covering rear decks.
  12. Top loading takes me longer than removing panels/seals.
  13. I like the loose gaskets on Audis.