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Old 10-01-2012, 11:53 PM   #1
Katemck
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Window tint with rear defroster

Hello, I was wondering about tinting the rear window on my focus. I'm planning to do it myself, all I need to know is what to do about the rear defrost. Can the tint be applied on top of the defroster a or will that cause it to bubble? Do I need to cut slits in it? Also, please keep the comments to yourself about me being a girl or about how I need to go to a pro... I've heard all that :)


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