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DIY Tint

Has anyone done their tint themselves? Just an idea, I could always go get it done, but to save some money and just for the experience, www.snaptint.com , check it out.
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what the hel!

haha, i searched for DIY tint and do it yourself tint and nothing came up. wttffffff.


well thanks hahaa
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I just typed in tint. I'd say one out of ten results had something to do with doing it yourself. lol


If being specific doesn't work, search for something more general or generic.

You're welcome =]
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=] thankss

yeah i think im gonna go ahead and try it
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I would get it done, but that's just me. It's a pain in the *** to work on I guess. My stingy buddy was all like "I'm going to do it myself" and his tint job looks like ***.
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well, i dont know. i'd only be tinting the front 2 windows. and the template is already cut out and everything. hmmm
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Its the gluing that makes it tough. The air bubbles and stickyness....
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Definately would probably get it done professionally to avoid any problems...
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And with getting it done there is usually a lifetime warranty as long as you don't windex'em.

I have done it myself about 4 times without the precuts. it's actually not too bad if you take your time.

The professional job is better
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Hmm, alright.

Grizzlybear34, you live in Bradenton? We have a spring/summer house over in Anna Maria, absolutely amazing area.


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