1 Piece Install
Installing window film on a rear window can be a scary experience, especially if you are alone. The larger the film piece, the greater chance it will acquire contamination as you maneuver your way inside a car's tight spaces. The following methods will help reduce contamination when installing 1 piece window film on rear windows.
Note: Utilize these methods after you
• With the finished pattern on your trimming glass, slowly peel back the liner while spraying the exposed film adhesive with solution. Make sure to spray generously to prevent contamination as well as keeping the film from accidentally sticking to each other upon removal from the trimming glass.
a generous amount of solution on film adhesive and then lay liner back on film. Repeat this step on the other half of the pattern.
• After the release liner is back in place, spray the entire film pattern again with solution and smooth out as many air pockets as possible with your hand.
• Using the side of the pattern you feel most comfortable with, lift the edge of the film off the glass and roll the film up. The roll should be tight, approximately 1 inch in diameter, and straight to avoid a funnel effect.
• When finished, take the rolled up film and climb into the back seat of the car.
it outward and away from the film to prevent it from sticking to the adhesive.
• As you pull the remaining liner off, the film will continue to unroll. Once the liner is completely off, gently apply the rest
of the film to the glass.
• Position film on glass and check for any light gaps.
• Smooth out any large fingers with your hand and squeegee out as normal.
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