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How do you tint a 90s-era Buick Roadmaster?
Answer 1: This station wagon isn’t as difficult as it might look. Just shrink the entire thing, make sure to tape it, and keep your tinting as clean as possible. Answer 2: You do not need to remove the rear vents. This area becomes easier if you can remove the pop to get underneath. If this proves impossible, you can lay a circle cut-out over and shrink it. Answer 3: Shrink from the tops and bottoms when tinting the door windows. Answer 4: Watch out for the old plastic when (or if) you pull the panels, and approach this more carefully than you would a modern car. Answer 5: Tape off the felts. Answer 6: When popping the door panels, you’re going to want to squeeze the panels to pop them right out. Answer: Use clear plastic liners to trace patterns before cutting your film. Answer 7: When it comes to cars like these, your cleaning and prepping stage is going to be extremely important. Expect to spend a lot of time cleaning -- perhaps more than the actual install itself. Answer 8: Be very careful with the headliner, as this is usually very delicate. If the headliner is already damaged beyond repair, just tape the area instead. Answer 9: When approaching the rear vent windows, you’ll need two-sided tape. This is because the vents actually break loose quite easily and need to be held in place.
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