This week's tip:
This will be especially helpful for newbies, and maybe some experienced tinters.
When tinting small quarter glass windows it is sometimes hard to squeegee the film in place without it moving and leaving a gap or not staying where you want it.
To keep the film from moving, position the film where you want it on the glass. Squeegee a small section in the middle of the film. Make sure the film has not moved. Then take your heat gun and heat the glass in the small section where you squeegeed so that the film will not move. Wet your film again and finish squeegeeing your window.