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    Quote Originally Posted by rexgo View Post
    One of the technics to doing the curved hatch glass is to apply the tint in a series of ~ 6" strips. You start at the top and work your way down overlapping the previous strip.

    If you're doing it on windows that roll down I trim the tint at the top of the window short ~ 1/8" and then seal the edge with clear nail polish. (so when you roll down the window the tint doesn't have an edge to catch) Then you use a black permanent marker to color the nail polish/edge of the window.
    a heat gun and 2 peices of tint is sufficient for the nail polish ive tried it and its a pain in the ass....1/8 of an inch is alright but your better off going right to the top if your gasket is not to tight...use the window as a guide for the razor..

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    For those who don't want to permanently tint their car, there's the removeable vinyl kind that adheres with static-cling. You just have to clean the glass really well first. Also, probably not a good option for moving windows.

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