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How do you tint those windows that are comprised of many many small, tile-like glass pieces? A “glass tile wall,” essentially.

Answer 1: Don’t bother. Many tinters have tried these types of windows only to promise themselves that they’d never do it ever again. It is considered a waste of time. If you are going to attempt this, make sure that you take into account all the time it will take, and charge accordingly.    Answer 2: Use an exterior film and tint on the outside. This is often the best option, since heat gain is a real issue with these types of windows.    Answer 3: Be wary of the tile grout. A significant amount of loose dirt and particles will come off the grout, even if you’re simply spraying around the area and placing film.    Answer 4: The best way to tackle these windows is by using a plotter. Simply cut all of the little squares on your plotter, making sure to only tint the flat sections. Cut the tint inside the beveled edges. You can do eight squares at a time if you become efficient at this.   

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