Proper cleaning of windows is necessary before installing window film. It helps the window film to last long. Also, proper installation is essential to make it look perfect on your car.
To prepare your windows for the installation, do not remove any of the backings first and attempt to install it. You will need to lay the film against the outside of the window first and check if the size fully covers the glass.
Next, clean the inside of the window again with the tint solution, but this time leave it wet. Once done, wind down the window by around 2cm and start placing the tinting film at the top. Make sure not to peel it all the way through and just peel the tint at the halfway down before spraying the exposed adhesive side with the solution.
Give a 3mm gap to the top edge of the window and place the peeled the section against the window. Use the squeegee and lay the top 3 or 4 cm worth of film on the window and squeeze the air bubbles that you find on the film so it remains smooth against the glass.
Dry it before placing the rest of the tint to ensure that it is properly fixed. After drying, remove all the backing sheet and continue with the rest of the tint film. Tuck the bottom edge of the film down. Then use the squeegee at the bottom edge flat and draw the rubber trim away from the window.
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