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ive heard of it, and seen pics of ppl that have used it on there windows, but i cant find it anywhere, does anyone know where i can get this at?
 

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hobby shops usually have it.. for the rc cars, or simply order it off the net..do a yahoo search and some of em will come up quickly..good luck

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RoLLiNnCaLi said:
hobby shops usually have it.. for the rc cars, or simply order it off the net..do a yahoo search and some of em will come up quickly..good luck

Laci
Hobby shops?, like hobby lobby????
 

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i would rather use it on my taillights. and have a professional do my window tinting.
 

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the only problems i can think of are how strict your cops are in your neighborhood about window tint; because with the spray, you dont know how dark/light you're going to be. that and i have visions of the fluid running down the windows causing permanent haggardness..
 

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just pay for the windows to get done professionaly, its warrantied for life, and all in all istn expensive. Also i feel this 'tint spray' should be used for lights only. and can look good, just check out the post about ideas for the rear reflector.
 

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yeah... if you use spray for the windows you'll get not only streaks but also it will be uneven- and even if you get one window even with itself, the other windows may not be the same tint %.

On top of that, the spray on stuff is expensive, so by the time you are done, you may have spent as much as it would be to do professionally.

I plan on tinting my rear taillights SLIGHTLY using the spray on stuff. But on bigger stuff.. just spend the extra and get it done professionally..


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Speaking of tint, the guy I got my car from had a home-job tint, and I peeled it off, because it was all bubbled and nasty. Anyhow, now there is a residue, any reccomendations for removal? I tried Orange clean and window cleaner... No good.
 

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Steve said:
Speaking of tint, the guy I got my car from had a home-job tint, and I peeled it off, because it was all bubbled and nasty. Anyhow, now there is a residue, any reccomendations for removal? I tried Orange clean and window cleaner... No good.
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Steve said:
Speaking of tint, the guy I got my car from had a home-job tint, and I peeled it off, because it was all bubbled and nasty. Anyhow, now there is a residue, any reccomendations for removal? I tried Orange clean and window cleaner... No good.
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..and a razorblade
 

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for tinting the tails - how easy would it be to scratch that stuff??
because i don't wanna have the tint on my taillights for 5mins and have some schmuck with a chain wallet walk by and nick my tail(s).
or would it be more practical to buy taillight covers?
 
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