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Old 05-28-2005, 04:30 PM   #1
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Applying tint film to rear window??

20% Charcoal tint to rear window. Anything special I should do or try to get the best results? Got my kits from www.tintkits.com
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get tint done professionally... thats my opinion, ive yet to see a tint job without bubbles from someone trying it on their own
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Go pro. I've done two myself and had three done professionally. Like Zim said the pros do it right.

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its not as easy as it looks man. get a pro.
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I watched a pro for a while, learned his tricks, and that's the only way I do it myself. I still have problems every once in a while, so I'll call him up and try to get him to walk me through it over the phone, it can get tricky.
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its not as easy as it looks due to the area you are working in, you should remove the back seat and the top peice to make alot of room also speakers so they dont get anything on them if you even consider doing it, also remove the side panels..... by the time you are done it would be best for a pro to do it.

Is the kit you have pre cut to fit? are you doing it in one peice, multi-peice rear tint looks like crap.
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theres a few rules to modifying your car
1. know the rules
2. get rear end assembled professionally
3. tint MUST be done by a professional


BTW i just made those up
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I didn't take out any of my rear seat stuff when I redid my rear tint...It's not really that hard.
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Why are there 2 rule number 2's?
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