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Vinyl Tint Install Guide - Multi Piece Design

Recommended Tools:

  • Microfiber Towel
  • Spray Bottle (Add Water & Few Drops of Baby Shampoo)
  • Squeegee or Credit Card
  • Heat Gun or Hair Dryer
  • X-Acto Knife or Razor Blade

** We recommend to have a friend help with the install if you are not comfortable doing it by yourself. Having someone assist you with the installation of the vinyl overlay will greatly increase the probability of a proper install. **

If you feel that you cannot do the install yourself, then I would highly recommend bringing the product to a local professional tint installer. They should be able to install this product unless they have no experience prior. Make sure to ask if they're any good before you let them install it.

  • Thoroughly clean the surface of the install and surrounding area with soapy water to ensure all debris are removed. Make sure that all coatings (waxes, ceramic coatings, etc.) are removed from the light.

  • Carefully remove the vinyl from the white sheet and spray both sides of the vinyl with Soapy Water. The soapy water will prevent the vinyl’s adhesive from sticking while you are applying it to the Light. Spray soapy water on the light and then carefully apply and align the vinyl on to the light.

  • Use your fingers or a felt tipped squeegee/credit card to push all the soapy water out to the edges of the light. The more soapy water you squeegee out, the less bubbling there will be in the final product.
    Note: Make sure creases are evenly distributed on the vinyl so that you can easily squeegee and smooth the creases out later with a heatgun or hairdryer.

  • Once you squeegeed as much as possible and there are remaining creases on the vinyl, spray some more soapy water between the crease and light.

  • Carefully and slowly heat the crease with a heatgun or hairdryer to soften the vinyl and then squeegee out the crease.

  • Continue the heating and squeegeeing process until all creases and bubbles are gone.
    (Note: Stretching may be required around contoured areas.) DON’T RUSH. Take your time. Heat, squeegee, heat, squeegee, etc.

  • Place the next piece that goes next to it and install it by overlapping it over the piece that was previously installed. The overlapping of the two pieces should be about 1/16th of an inch (1.5mm).

  • Trim any excess vinyl from edges with an exacto knife. -OR- Heat up the excess vinyl and wrap/tuck it around the edges/corner of the light. (Preferred Method)

  • Leave vehicle in sun for 24-48 hours to allow the vinyl tint to cure before using your lights or washing vehicle.