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How do you deal with contamination?

Answer 1: In many cases, the source of contamination is actually your floor. Sweep the area and hose it down if necessary. You may also need to do this to your peel board. Basically, you need to wet down anything within five feet of the film, including the car door frame.    Answer 2: Isolate your work area from the rest of your shop using a strip curtain barrier. Tint with the bay door closed and put a down-draft on your air conditioning if possible. Tape your windows before installation.    Answer 3: If you have a carpet in your shop, make sure you vacuum it regularly.    Answer 4: Most dirt and contamination comes from the car itself, and not your shop. This means that you need to be very vigilant in your prep work and make sure the car is as clean as possible before you start work.   

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