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The first thing that you should do is measure the windows that you intend to tint. Note: All window tinting is measured and installed on the inside surface of the window, it is not applied to the outside. Measure your windows and choose a Cut Film Kit... You will also need a tape measure Imperial - preferably marked in linear inches ie 12", 13", 14" etc. Measurements are easiest in linear inches ie 33", not 2' 9". If not then you will have to convert your measurements to linear inches. ( ' is notation for feet, " is for inches.) Metric - measurements should be taken in linear millimetres (mm) not in metres, nor in combined cm & mm. Information note only: It will not be necessary to know the area of film needed. However, the formula is as follows; Imperial - Multiply the total length (in inches) of film required by the roll width (in inches), this will give you square inches. Next divide by 144 to obtain square footage.
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International Window Film Tint-Off in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, ... quality Paint Protection kits provide ideal CLEAR protection that. allows your vehicle's ...The finalists were given 45 minutes to complete the rear window of the Mazda 626. The participants were judged on quality, cleanliness, edges and overall appearance. The judges were volunteers representing many industry manufacturers. To keep the judging process fair, the judges were kept out of sight during the tinting and only came out with check-list in hand after the last tinter was finished. Time became a factor in the case of a tie, but that wasn’t necessary. Danny won the contest, hands down. As the overall winner, Danny claimed the $1,000 cash prize, customized leather jacket and 4-foot trophy, along with the title of “Best Automotive Window Tinter in the World.” Danny plans to use the money for his forthcoming marriage
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Your first step requires some analysis leading to a decision where to mount the antenna. The most common mounting location is the top center of the rear window (A), followed by the top center of the windshield, above the rear view mirror (B). Follow the guidelines listed below: 1. The antenna must not obstruct the driver’s vision. 2. The mounting location surface should be as flat as possible; a slight curvature is tolerable. 3. Install the antenna with as much of the whip as possible extending above the roofline of the vehicle. 4. Defogger wires and other wires imbedded in or etched on the surface of the glass must not pass through the mounting area (C). ABOUT DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER WIRES AND OTHER BARRIERS IN OR ON THE GLASS Most vehicles today are shipped from the factory with a rear window defogger option installed. This usually consists of a number of horizontal wires either imbedded into or, in most cases, painted or deposited on the inside surface of the rear window. If these wires come between the coupler and the base, they may absorb some of the signal going to or from the antenna. If it is impractical or impossible to mount the antenna clear of the defogger wires