Window Tinting Tip: Shifting Roll Downs






This week's tip is from TintDude ~

Shifting roll down windows make it difficult to properly position the film during installation, often leading to gaps in coverage. This can be easily avoided by marking the edges of the glass on the outside with a dry erase marker and using the marks as a guide during installation. Just roll the window all the way up, and make a 1 or 2 inch mark on each side of the rolldown where the felt meets the glass. Often the shifting window will erase one of your marks, or cover it completely, so just align the film using the surviving mark. Happy tinting!




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