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How to remove the door panel on a BMW 7 Series

Method 1: For the front doors, there are torque screws under the plungers that need to be removed. After they’ve been unscrewed, the panel should pop off.    Method 2: For the back doors, you have to dig in with your fingertips to pop off the two-piece weather stripping at the top of the panel. […]

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How to tint the backglass on a BMW i8

Method 1: Remove the glass and tint it, then put it back in. To remove the glass, pull the outside lower window trim by prying it with something. Inside the cavity are two yellow tabs. Insert your bulldozer inside and press against the yellow tabs. Once the tabs are unclipped, the whole window can slide […]

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How to tint the dot Matrix on a Chevy Volt

Method 1: This matrix is actually relatively simple compared to the ones on other models. Sometimes it’s even possible to do no extra prep work to it. To be safe, it’s best to sand the matrix with fine steel wool while wet, and then tint over it as normal.   

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How to remove PPF from glass

Method 1: Use a steamer   Method 2: When pulling the PFF, don’t pull in the direction of the glass, try to pull it directly off the glass towards you, in a “lifting” motion rather than a “peeling” motion.    Method 3: Use hot water before attempting to remove the PPF. You can hook up […]

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The window won’t roll up on Nissan pickup truck after I removed the panel and rolled the window down. How to fix it

Method 1: If you’ve been rolling the window up and down on an older Nissan pickup truck while tinting it, it either came off its track, or the plastic tabs that connect to the actuator have snapped. There are small pieces of plastic that attach the actuator to the door. If they have broken or […]

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After tinting with ceramic film, the window is foggy and blurry, especially in the morning. What happened?

Method 1: What you’re most likely experiencing is known as ‘low angle haze’ which can happen to carbon and ceramic window films. When light shines at a low angle, as it does during morning or evening sun, haziness will appear in the window because of microscopic particle density in the IR layer of the film. […]

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How to tint a 2017 BMW i3

Method 1: The windshield is obviously very large, so it needs to be shrunk a lot. The doors are relatively tight, so it’s best to get those out of the way first. Before you tint the doors, check the sweeps – as some models have a little piece that can interfere with the film laying […]

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How to prep glass before applying film

Method 1: Prep work will depend on the condition of the car; older cars will require more cleaning and perhaps more disassembling, whereas a brand new car will be cleaner and quicker to prep. On a brand new car, you can usually get away with pulling the sweeps (if necessary), spraying the glass, and then […]

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Can you tint the back glass on a Corvette C8?

Method 1: Since the powerful engine is directly below the glass, it’s going to give off a lot of heat and put stress on the film. Although you can still tint this glass and have it last,  it’s best not to warranty the job or at least explain the situation to the customer. If you […]

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How to tint the back glass on a Honda CRV

Method: If it’s an older model, it may be better to take the glass out completely, clean out the grime, tint, and then reinstall the glass. Regardless, you have to take out the wiper motor, the cable around the windshield, and the brake light. If you don’t have a plotter to cut around everything, cut […]

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How to tint the back glass on a 1979 Camaro Z28

 Method 1: This model is a lot easier if the glass is removed because you can stretch shrink it with clamps on the corners to prevent the film from lifting. If you have to do it in place, make a standard H pattern and be ready to heavily manipulate the film. First, lay your pattern […]

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How to tint the back glass on a Crown Vic

Method: Cut your film long, at least a few inches on each end, and make relief cuts if needed. Tack the film down with an H pattern, and start heating and shrinking in the corners, keeping the fingers up and down. It’s important to keep the fingers vertical and split half of them to the […]

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What is the darkest you can tint a windshield?

Method: This depends on the window and the state you’re in. For example, Alaska only allows 70% on the front side windows and 30% on the rear window. Wyoming on the other hand allows 28% on all windows, whether it’s the windshield, front windows, or back window. Exceptions are only made if you have medical […]

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How to repair knife scratches on windshields

Method 1: If the scratch is light enough, it can be sanded down, and then polished out. But if you try this process on a bigger scratch, the amount of sanding and polishing you’ll have to do will create a dip in the glass causing optical distortions. In situations where the scratch is too deep, […]

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How to tint the windshield of a 2020 GMC Denali

Method 1: Before doing anything keep in mind that there is a computer behind the glove box at the base of a pillar. The dealership cost to replace these computers is $6,000, so always thoroughly cover your dash, use a soak rope and towels, and try not to use more water than you need on […]

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How to tint a 2010 Volkswagen Beetle

Method 1: Remove panels and sweeps on all the doors to keep it cleaner and avoid light gaps. The roundness of the back glass makes it the most difficult part of the car. Cut the film for the back glass with lots of excess and pull shrink it past the ceramic all the way to […]

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How to tint the back glass of a 2016 Chevy Camaro

Method 1: Always be conscious of the computer on the left side of the back trunk. Water will run into it and destroy it so make sure to cover it up nicely before tinting.  The back windows are very tight, so unless you’re an experienced tinter, remove the back panel before tinting. If the car […]

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How to tint over the matrix on a Chevy Volt hatchback

Method 1: Sand the dots down with fine steel wool first. Tinting the matrix on Chevy Volts usually requires more heat than normal, so consider using lots of heat or using your heat gun on a higher temperature if the film isn’t sticking right. Apply lots of pressure and squeegee upwards. Glue can also help […]

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How to tint the front doors on a 2014 Chevy Impala

Method 1: First remove the door panels by undoing the 7mm screw just above the interior handle.  Then you can unclip the top of the panel, which gives you access to the gasket. Pull the gasket and cover your door if necessary. Then begin the tinting process as normal. Replace gaskets and panel components in […]

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How to avoid staining door panels when tinting

Method 1: Sometimes removing panels completely is the best way to avoid damaging door panels while tinting, but it’s not always practical. When tinting with the door panels in place, cover them up with specially made car door cover. They can either be draped right over the top of the window cavity or be fastened […]

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Traction control light, tire monitor light, and echo lights are all on after tinting a 2017 Honda Accord. How to make them turn off.

Method 1: The Honda Accords are programmed to notify you when the battery has been drained to critical levels. So if you’ve had the doors open or lights on for an extended period of time or if it goes dead and you have to jump it, those lights will usually be on. Just drive it […]

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Traction control light, tire monitor light, and echo lights are all on after tinting a 2017 Honda Accord. How to make them turn off.

Method 1: The Honda Accords are programmed to notify you when the battery has been drained to critical levels. So if you’ve had the doors open or lights on for an extended period of time or if it goes dead and you have to jump it, those lights will usually be on. Just drive it […]

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How to tint a Lexus IS 350

Method 1: Because of the finicky nature of the gaskets and seals, it’s always better to remove the door panels before tinting and shrinking. The panels can be removed by accessing the two screws on the bottom. Once the panel is removed, remove the bottom load as well. With the bottom load and panel removed, […]

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How to identify the causes of large peanuts

Method 1: Peanuts aren’t always caused by bad tinting jobs. Sometimes if a sticker is placed on top of the film and then ripped off, the force of ripping off the sticker can pull the film from the glass. Similarly, too much force from a suction cup can also lift the film up from the […]

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How to peel film on a mobile-tinting job

Method 1: Bring a piece of plexiglass and lay it down somewhere or lean against something.    Method 2: Use a folding table and stand it upright    Method 3: Sometimes it’s easier to just peel your film on top of the car. Peel the film for the front doors on the rear door, and […]

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How to strip off decades-old CDA adhesive

Method 1: Very old adhesive can be the most stubborn to remove. First, try a quality adhesive remover with a sharp blade. If you don’t have access to a high-quality adhesive remover, sometimes paint thinner, acetone, or oven cleaner will actually do a better job than the adhesive remover itself.   Method 2: If scraping […]

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How to remove the sweeps on a Lexus LC500

Method 1: The sweeps are clipped into the panel from the back, so in order to access them and get them back on, you need to remove the panels altogether. There are 2 screws on the driver side and four screws on the passenger side. The pins are embedded in the rubber. These clip holders […]

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How to tint a Ford Fusion 2013 and up

Method 1: Many tinters have issues with film failing on these models, especially the rear glass. Some believe it is the angle of the rear glass, while others believe that the defrosters are too thick, which causes them to get too hot when they’re turned on. There is a coating on the glass that causes […]

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How to tint the wings of a Ford Transit Connect

Method 1: Most tinters find using a plotter to be easier than hand cutting on these models. Removing the panel and the sweeps will make things much smoother as well. Loosen up the seals, slip in a bone stick and slide it around until there’s enough space to slip your film in. Then place your […]

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How to tint a 1990 Toyota Sera

Method: Most tinters will opt to shrink in a side to side manner rather than top to bottom. The doors can be done with a 30-inch roll. The rear screen can be done in one piece, shrunk up and down. Sometimes having a second person assisting with the tint on the rear screen makes the […]

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Preventing contamination of tint film

Method 1: There are many things you can and should do to prevent contamination of your film. The first thing to consider is your environment. If you’re outside, debris can fly onto your glass. If you’re in a dusty environment, you will also be more prone to debris. In debris-prone environments, you have to be […]

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Tinting the windshield of a 2019 Nissan Elantra.

Method 1: The main difficulties with Elantra windshields are the tight top corners. There is a lot to shrink in a really small amount of surface area. A thicker film will exacerbate these problems, so don’t use a film that is thicker than you need. In order to prevent pockets and creases, try tacking the […]

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How to remove glue from back glass

Method 1: Sometimes there is no easy way. First, scrub it with fine steel wool and soapy water. This should remove most of the glue.    Method 2: Try using a razor blade with soap solution and a little elbow grease.    Method 3: There are also various adhesive/glue removers specifically designed for this process. […]

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Can I still tint a window if it’s chipped?

Method 1:  You can still tint a window if it’s chipped, but you have to do it from the opposite side of the chip. The chip may also become more visible when the dark color of the tint contrasts with the whiteish color of the chipped glass. Car owners should be advised that replacing the […]

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Why are there small dots in my tint?

Method 1: If you’re seeing the little dots inside your film after you tint, it just means the film was contaminated by dirt or dust. Make sure you’re wiping down your glass with a microfiber towel and wiping in only one direction. You also need to make sure you’re spraying and squeegeeing. If specks/dots are […]

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Tinting side windows of 2021 Kia K5.

Method 1: The sweeps are easy to remove as normal but the vertical side seals are very tight. If you need to remove the side seals it’s possible to do so by prying the top out a bit and then sliding them upwards.    Method 2: To tint with seals in place, you will have […]

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Removing the sweeps on a 2020 Chevy Colorado

Method 1: It is possible to remove the sweeps on a 2020 Chevy Colorado but it is not advisable due to the risk factor of cracking the door panel. It is still possible to tint without removing by a good tape job and extra slip solution. 

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The best way to store window film.

Method 1: Film rolls should rest on soft surface shelves or racks so as to not put stress on them and cause creases or folds. You can glue foam to shelves, or for a more economical method, you can buy vertical closet racks and put them on your wall side to side, and then use […]

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How to choose a tint level for a customer if they don’t know.

Method 1: First and foremost consider the legal restrictions in your state.  Many people who drive high-end models prefer not to be seen, and darker tints on lower-end models can look a bit ‘tacky’ to many. Also, consider what you have to match the other windows to. Most high-end vehicles, and also many trucks and […]

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Tinting side windows of 2021 Kia K5.

Method 1: The sweeps are easy to remove as normal but the vertical side seals are very tight. If you need to remove the side seals it’s possible to do so by prying the top out a bit and then sliding them upwards.    Method 2: To tint with seals in place, you will have […]

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Can you tint only the top half of a windshield?

Method 1:  There is a risk of uneven heat stress on the glass, but windshields on new models of high-end vehicles – for example, a Tesla Model X – are not as at risk for this. In general, it’s completely fine and problems are uncommon.   

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The best way to store window film.

Method 1: Film rolls should rest on soft surface shelves or racks so as to not put stress on them and cause creases or folds. You can glue foam to shelves, or for a more economical method, you can buy vertical closet racks and put them on your wall side to side, and then use […]

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How to choose a tint level for a customer if they don’t know.

Method 1: First and foremost consider the legal restrictions in your state.  Many people who drive high-end models prefer not to be seen, and darker tints on lower-end models can look a bit ‘tacky’ to many. Also, consider what you have to match the other windows to. Most high-end vehicles, and also many trucks and […]

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How to tint stationary side windows on Mazda 3

Method 1: These can be tinted without removing by sticking something between the interior gasket and the glass like a bulldozer or pry bar, creating a gap and then cutting the film long and hand-cut the rest. Stick the excess film in the gap you created, and then remove your bulldozer squeegee or pry bar.  […]

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How to use clay bars.

Method 1: Liberally spray your slip solution and then lightly scrub left to ride with the clay bar. Keep the window wet with your slip solution the entire time. To clean the clay bar, just run under warm water to get rid of the grit. You can store in a Ziploc bag. With proper care […]

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How to prep the side dots on BMW windows

Method 1: If you’re going to sand, wet sanding with 0000 steel wool is probably the most abrasive you should use on it to avoid scratches.    Method 2: Many tinters won’t touch them with a sander and instead will just rub them down with a scrub pad, especially on new models with cleaner surfaces.  […]

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How to cut out side windows on a 1988 GMC truck

Method 1: If you’re confident in your cutting abilities, leave the window in and cut around the screw caps on the glass and tint normally.    Method 2: Remove the window by taking off the screw caps. If the screws look like they might strip, you can try heating them a bit with a heat […]

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My customer is complaining about a “squeaky window.” When they pull the side windows up and down, they say there’s a squeaking sound that wasn’t there before. What should I do?

Answer A.) Try cleaning the outside seal with a tri-edge and slip. This should solve the issue.    Answer B.) Sometimes, the molding can get dry and creaky due to residue from dried soapy solution. To deal with this issue, put some silicone spray on a paper towel and emulsify the rubber. This should help […]

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Tips for removing hydrophobic coating on the windshield

Option A.) Burn off the coating with a torch. This can be dangerous in certain circumstances, so use a small torch (the kind chefs use to make creme brulee).    Option B.) There are specialized products that are made specifically for removing this hydrophobic coating. If you don’t have access to these products, try stove […]

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What are the downsides to bottom loading?

Answer A.) Bottom loading can lead to costly mistakes if you’re inexperienced. You can lose a lot of money if you don’t know what you’re doing, or if you don’t understand how the panels work. That being said, the best way to learn is to jump in headfirst.   Answer B.) Sometimes it’s better to […]

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How do I stop pinch points from showing up in the final product?

Answer A.) There’s no easy way to eliminate visible pinch points on the final product, but bottom loading has provided good results for me personally. When bottom loading, you may want to pull sweeps out for even cleaner results.    Answer B.) Pinch points are relatively normal, and they go away with heat. That being […]

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I’m new to window tinting, and I want to practice on a car before I start working with real clients. Are there any particular cars that are easier than others. What’s a good “training car?”

Answer A.) Just head to the junkyard and buy a broken down car for cheap. If you scratch it or make mistakes, it’s no big deal.    Answer B.) The back windows of SUVs are typically some of the easiest areas to tint. If you wanted to give it a try, I’d recommend starting with […]

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Help! I had to redo my film, and when I removed it, the defrosters came off the window while attached to the film. What do I do now?

Answer A.) Speak to your customer and tell them what happened. If it’s a concern for them, you may have to replace the entire window for them.    Answer B.) There’s not much you can do now. However, in the future you might want to let your customers know that you can’t guarantee their defrosters […]

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I’m seeing newer car models with a built-camera for driver-assisted technology near the windshield. Is it okay to remove the camera or get it wet?

Answer A.) When tinting windows with a camera nearby, it’s important that you don’t get it wet. This is especially true when you’re dealing with driver-assisted technology since this is safety equipment designed to protect the driver.    Answer B.) Whatever you do, don’t tamper with the camera in any way. Doing so could make […]

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One of my customers is looking for residential film that can block 5G radiation. Does this exist?

Answer A.) Certain films significantly reduce 5G radiation. Testing in Australia has determined that one type of film can handle frequencies of up to 10 GHz.    Answer B.) The inherent properties of all metallic films help reduce 5G radiation.    Answer C.). Testing has determined that some films can repel over 99% of frequencies […]

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Is it a good idea to put more film over an existing layer of tint?

Most professionals will tell you that it’s best to remove the existing tint before you start your work. With this approach, you can guarantee your work without having to worry about existing defects from someone else’s job.    That being said, the customer is always right. If they insist that they want a new layer […]

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Do I need to maintain my tank for window tinting?

 Proper maintenance of your tank goes a long way. Some tinters prefer to power wash the inside and then wipe the inside. Others simply rinse it out or soak with warm, soapy water. In any case, you should aim to clean your tank at least once a month. 

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Is it true that having a car with a tinted windshield is illegal?

Laws differ from state to state, but it’s generally illegal to completely tint a front windshield in the United States. Remember, it’s the customer’s responsibility to adhere to the law when they operate their vehicle, not yours. That being said, if a customer requests a window tinting service that prevents their car from being street […]

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What’s the best way to get a good “before and after” photograph of my hard work?

Although photographs are an excellent way to promote and advertise your services, certain lighting may not be ideal for “showing off” your finished window tinting jobs.  For best results, simply photograph the car in the sunlight. Alternatively, some tinters claim that LED lighting helps cameras pick up the added layers of film more easily.   

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What can I do to avoid film peeling at the top of windows?

In some cases, customers might be rolling down their windows too early after the installation has been completed. Politely ask them to wait longer before rolling their windows down in the future. If the customer insists that they’re waiting long enough and it’s still an issue, make sure to heat the top edge of the […]

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Can the temperature affect my window tinting jobs?

Yes. During hot days, you might want to work in the shade. If this isn’t possible, add more tint slip or slime to your bottle. The opposite may be necessary in cold temperatures. Many window tinters like to add dish soap or baby shampoo to their dish soap to their squirt bottles. 

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How to fix a steamer that isn’t putting out any steam

Option A.) Make sure it’s not overfilled with water.   Option B.) Lay the nozzle on the ground, bend the chrome ring on the hose, and let the water drain and sputter for a few minutes.   Option C.) Sometimes, you need to wait up to 25 minutes for the steamer to get hot. You […]

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How to tint the plastic windows on old Jeeps.

Option A.) Order new windows from the manufacturer that are tinted. These zip into place.   Option B.) Various types of light films and wraps are suitable for Jeep plastic windows.   Option C.) Remove the entire top, lay it flat on the ground, and tint it like you would any other window. Remember to […]

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How to stop film from peeling back on a new Ford F-150.

Option A.) Don’t use too much soap in your slip solution.   Option B.) Go the extra mile when it comes to prepping the window. Scrub harder, and make sure to hit the small dots before installation.   Option C.) Do not over shrink.   Option D.) Do not use sandpaper.   Option E.) When […]

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How to tint a sunroof.

Option A.) Explain to the customer that there is a possibility of the sunroof shattering before installation.   Option B.) Only tint sunroofs with tempered glass. This results in a lower possibility of shattering.   Option C.) Use a plotter when tinting sunroofs.

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How to shrink the back glass of a Kia Soul.

Option A.) Dry shrink it. If you’re using an H-pattern, this might cause issues. An easier method is to simply tack it straight across. Also, let the edges float and put some air under the corners with the heat gun if you’re having issues with the corners.   Option B.) Do a wet line directly […]

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How to deal with inspection stickers and toll tags on the glass.

Option A.) Remove the inspection stickers prior to installation. After the installation is complete, carefully reapply the sticker. This way, it’s easier to remove stickers and add new ones without removing the film. When customers need to add/remove a sticker, tell them to come in and I’ll do it for them. This ensures the film […]

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General tips for tinting a 2020 Audi A7.

Option A.) The defroster tabs on this car are hidden behind the panels on the hatch. Avoid jamming your squeegee past the plastic trim. This might end up damaging the defroster tabs.   Option B.) The seals are pretty tight, but this is actually a pretty easy car to tint overall because the windows are […]

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General tips for tinting a C8 Corvette.

Option A.) Don’t bother tinting the window covering the engine. It’ll inevitably fail.   Option B.) Watch out for the back window, as it can be a little tricky to maneuver in that tight space.   Option C.) Tinting the visor can be a potential issue, as there’s a built-in dashboard cam. A 5% film […]

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Tips for removing hydrophobic coating on the windshield

Option A.) Burn off the coating with a torch. This can be dangerous in certain circumstances, so use a small torch (the kind chefs use to make creme brulee).   Option B.) There are specialized products that are made specifically for removing this hydrophobic coating. If you don’t have access to these products, try stove […]

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What are the downsides to bottom loading?

Answer A.) Bottom loading can lead to costly mistakes if you’re inexperienced. You can lose a lot of money if you don’t know what you’re doing, or if you don’t understand how the panels work. That being said, the best way to learn is to jump in headfirst.   Answer B.) Sometimes it’s better to […]

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Any general tips for tinting a 68-72 Chevrolet Chevelle?

Answer A.) The back window doesn’t require much shrink. Just make sure you carefully examine the glass before you begin installation. Typically, these cars have silicon all over the place. It might be a good idea to cut just a tad short.    Answer B.) These cars have a reputation for accumulating dirt, so make […]

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I’m new to window tinting, and I want to practice on a car before I start working with real clients. Are there any particular cars that are easier than others. What’s a good “training car?”

Answer A.) Just head to the junkyard and buy a broken down car for cheap. If you scratch it or make mistakes, it’s no big deal.    Answer B.) The back windows of SUVs are typically some of the easiest areas to tint. If you wanted to give it a try, I’d recommend starting with […]

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My customer is complaining about a “squeaky window.” When they pull the side windows up and down, they say there’s a squeaking sound that wasn’t there before. What should I do?

Answer A.) Try cleaning the outside seal with a tri-edge and slip. This should solve the issue.    Answer B.) Sometimes, the molding can get dry and creaky due to residue from dried soapy solution. To deal with this issue, put some silicone spray on a paper towel and emulsify the rubber. This should help […]

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What’s the best way to get a good “before and after” photograph of my hard work?

Although photographs are an excellent way to promote and advertise your services, certain lighting may not be ideal for “showing off” your finished window tinting jobs.  For best results, simply photograph the car in the sunlight. Alternatively, some tinters claim that LED lighting helps cameras pick up the added layers of film more easily. 

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Why does the rear window appear lighter even though I’m using the same film for each window?

Generally speaking, the rear window will always look slightly lighter, even though the exact same film is used. You can inform your customers that this is something of an optical illusion. The dynamics of certain windows and the type of lighting can sometimes cause strange effects. At the end of the day, film that appears […]

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