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Here are a few examples of what to
ready to cut your pattern, but behind the film is a sensitive area
(such as a car’s vinyl top or soft rubber molding); you don’t want
to pierce through the film, yet need to know where to cut your
pattern…SECRET TIP: Turn your cutting tool or “Olfa” over
and use the non-sharp (back) side of the blade. Continue to make
your cut like normal (with a little lighter pressure). This
scores the film, enabling you to make your finishing cut on the
Creating a mixture of application
solution to a 32 oz. bottle should always start with a simple
combination first…SECRET TIP: Use 80% water; most tap water
is acceptable, but filtered water can be used. 15% Slip-Up; no
dilution is needed. 5% Film-On Concentrate; no dilution is needed.
Or use as directed on both bottles of Slip-Up & Film-On. NOTE:
depending on the climate or time of year, you may need to modify the
Slip-Up & Film-On ratios; i.e. for summer time, or when the humidity
is high, use more Slip-Up and less Film-On. For winter time use just
the opposite. Also, 1teaspoon of Johnsons Baby (plain) Shampoo can
be added to allow more slip.
You’re having a problem with the film adhering to the dot matrix or
line matrix surface and/or would like to minimize the finished
appearance (or frosted) look of the installation…SECRET TIP:
Use a product called “Dot Devil” (part#M2757) directly on the matrix
surface. First, apply a light and even coat using a paper towel, and
then wait approx. 10-15 minute. Next, moderately scrub the area with
“000” (VERY FINE) Steel Wool on the Matrix itself; without going
onto the visible glass if possible. Finally, lightly spray again,
and use a squeegee with a paper towel under it, to catch the dirty
solution. NOTE: A drop cloth may be needed.
film from a window and the adhesive is too difficult to remove by
the normal razor blade and solution process…SECRET TIP: Use
the product called “Simple Pink” (explained in Film Removal
Techniques; page 8) and moderately apply directly to the adhesive
itself; allow it to soak for about 2 minutes. Then spray moderately
with the regular solution and continue with the scraping as normal.
NOTE: On a rear defrosted window repeat the same process, but use a
Scrubbie pad NOT a metal blade; or try using plastic blade instead
or even an “Orange Bondo” card to help remove stubborn adhesive.
Repeat the process if necessary.
The finished installation (or old film installations) are not quite
adhering to the dot matrix or even the matrix border edge of the
glass (or even on plain glass)…SECRET TIP: Carefully peel
back the exposed section of film, and apply a small amount of “3M
Promoter Pen” (#4298) directly on the adhesive itself, then immediately re-tact
the film (NOT using any solution) and pressing down using a hard
card with a paper towel; apply heat to the outside if needed.
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