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AN OLD PRACTICE...
Back in the day cutting around the break light was the norm, and that was partly due to the design of the vehicles. 

However, as vehicle designs have changed with time, tucking the film behind the break light has become much easier. 

Unfortunately, there are tinters still using this old method on EVERY vehicle since it's the easier way to install the large film on the back glass. We, however, DO NOT use this method unless absolutely necessary as it takes away from the look of the vehicle.  
FILM TUCKED BEHIND THE BREAK LIGHT
The difference is obvious, when the film is tucked behind the break light...it just looks much nicer! 

There are unfortunately a small percentage of vehicles that wont let us tuck the film simply because of their design. For the majority, a good 98% of the vehicles made today and within the last 10 years, do allow us to maintain that neat uniform look on the back glass.

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THE FACTORY LOOK
One of  the things I personally don't like, is to see a gap on the edges of any of the windows of a vehicle once the film is installed.
(See pictures 1 and 3)

That is why we oversize the film to custom fit every window on every vehicle we do. 

The end result...a uniform, clean Factory Look.
(See pictures 2 and 4) 

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THE MICRO-EDGE LOOK
One of the other things I like to see on any window is the Micro-Edge.  

As you can see on the pictures 5 and 6, the thinner the gap between the film and the glass, the nicer it looks!

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