2. Remove liner and apply a soap solution
4. Squeegee Flat
5. Trim excess
6. Heat edges to seal
7. Remove protective film
Lens Tips - Make sure your car’s lens is perfectly clean and dry, remove ALL oil, and residue. Your application is only as good as your prep! A 2:1 mixture of water to isopropyl alcohol works great.
Start in the middle - It is best to start in the middle of the lens and work your way to the edges.
Heat is your friend - Applying heat to the tint will always help restore it to its original state. If the tint gets warped or scratched during application, applying heat with a heat gun or hair dryer will return the tint to its original state.
If you're having issues with a lot of bubbles, peel the film off, and apply more soapy water. This will help you to smoothly squeegee out all of the air bubbles.
Use a sharp knife - It will help make the trimming a breeze. A dull knife makes it difficult to get a smooth, clean cut.
1. Squeegee with a wrapped or felt edge
2. Razor Blade Cutter
3. Heat Gun or Blow Dryer (Try our Heat Gun)