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Can you use automotive film on flat glass?
Answer 1: Never use automotive film on flat glass. Answer 2: The glass can blow out if you use the wrong kind of film on flat glass. Answer 3: Breakage isn’t the only reason you shouldn’t use automotive film on flat glass, and there are many other issues that can arise from this. These include seal failures and voided warranties. Answer 4: If you’re going to use automotive film on flat glass, explain that it is not the best option for the customer. If they still seem intent on using this film, make sure you get them to assume all liability. Get it in writing. Otherwise, you will be forced to replace the glass out of your own pocket once it breaks or otherwise fails. Answer 5: Choosing the right film is important, but you should also determine the type of the window before you choose your film. Once you know what kind of glass you’re dealing with, it’s easier to choose the best film for the job. Answer 6: When choosing film, you should also consider what the client is trying to achieve. Do they want to deal with heat, glare, privacy, or security? Take into account these factors, avoid using auto film at all costs, and make sure you’re using film that will actually help the client achieve their goals.
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