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Old 01-30-2004, 07:30 PM
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Window Tint Fix

I got the windows done in my LTD back in Sept./Oct.

i am having problems with the driver's side starting to tear up on the rear corner of the window. i have already had this piece replaced once after about 1 month of use. the new piece was put on exactly the same way and now it is starting to lift up.

is there any kind of glue or adhesive i can use to fix this area? there is no post on the door so the tint is actually rubbing on some weatherstripping that is on the b-pillar of the jamb. i believe the tint is guaranteed for quite a while but i don't want to go in there every month to get it fixed.

any ideas?



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Clear nail polish works well for repairing tinting.
Especially a product called 'Hard as Nails'; it drys
clear, bonds the tint well, and gives an almost
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