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Old 11-20-2006, 01:12 AM   #1
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My friend and i went to walmart today to pick up some tint for his new car, and we found this new tint that is a "cling-on" all you do is stick it on the window cut it out, and you can remove it and reuse it. We decided to give it a try, It was SOOO much easier then regular tint. Once we were done it looked almost professional, but it does have one let down, you can't roll the window down other wise it peels up. We are gonna let it sit on the window for a few days then try rollin the window down and see if it stays. Has anyone ever used this stuff? Have any good luck with it?
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Youre supposed to give your tint about 3-4 days (i gave it a week) before rolling the windows down to prevent problems, so this product has no adhesive?
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Youre supposed to give your tint about 3-4 days (i gave it a week) before rolling the windows down to prevent problems, so this product has no adhesive?
oh ok... well that makes sense

yea it has no adhesive.. its like those window clings you decorate your house windows for holidays, but it sticks better, but you can hold it in your hand and it wont stick to your hands... pretty cool.
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Interesting... I definately wanna see how it looks
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Interesting... I definately wanna see how it looks
I'm probably gonna end up doing my car with it soon... so once i get it done i will be sure to take some pics of it...
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i have used it....i have it on the front windshield for my Tint strip...i have also used it on my car before i did the "REAL" tint....it works OK at best on the Front windows....NOT recommended....and that is from personal experince....
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