Do It

You can apply the Garware Suncontrol window film yourself in just five easy steps. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

Tools required:
1) A spray bottle of soapy solution
2) A snappable cutter
3) A Squeegee
4) A Soft Tissue Paper
5) A Measurement Tape
6) A Marker Pen/Pencil

While fixing the film of your car windows, the car should be in a shaded dust-free environment, with a temperature between 40-98F.( 5 to 35°c)

You will need the following tools:

Step 1: Preparing the Window Glass
Wash the sides of the glass on which you want to affix the film with plain water. Then after, spray with a soap solution.
Scrape the window clean for any paint, varnish, stickers, or any other foreign matter using a razor blade. Wipe clean and dry with tissue paper.
Spray the entire surface again with the soap solution.

Step 2: Preparing the Film
Measure the surface of the glass and cut the film one inch wider and one inch longer than the glass surface.
Stick a piece of cello tape on either side of the film. Pull each piece of the tape outwards in the opposite direction.
Remove the liner and activate the adhesive by spraying it with the soap solution.
Apply the solution on the film thoroughly, including the edges.

Step 3: Applying the Film on the Glass
Prepare the window surface for application by spraying it thoroughly with soap solution until it’s wet.
Pick up the film by its the corners and place the adhesive side against the glass, moving it around until it is positioned properly.
Observe it from various angles to check whether it’s been placed properly.

Step 4: Squeezing out Excess Water and Air Bubbles
Spray the exposed side facing you with the soapy solution.
Using a squeegee, squeeze the film from top to bottom to remove the excess water and air bubbles.

Step 5: Finishing Touches
Trim the excess film carefully using a cutter.
Spray the film with the soap solution and squeeze again to remove all excess water and air bubbles from under the film.
Place tissue paper on the squeegee and tamp all the edges by stroking towards the glass frames. View the window from outside in case of any air bubbles, squeeze and remove them.
There you have it! Your window now has a cool new look, offering you total protection against the sun.

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