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"Separating the clear release liner from the overlaminate can be challenging. Try sticking a piece of 3M Scotch tape in the corner of the face and back of the overlaminate. Pull both pieces of tape away at the same time. This should allow you to separate the overlaminate from the liner so you can get things started."
"If you want optimal protection for fading and scuff resistance then you must use optically clear vinyl overlaminate. However, if you want the utmost visibility through the perforated window film, then you can't vinyl overlaminate. In this case an aerosol spray overlaminate could be used prior to install and make sure that liquid does not plug up the perforations. Please note that if you do NOT use vinyl overlaminate it is very difficult to see through the perforated window vinyl when driving in the rain.
Prevent edge lift by sealing the edges of wraps with 3M Edge Sealing Tape. Use 8914 for gloss wraps and window perf and 8520 for matte wraps.
Improve the quality of your wrap installations by sealing the edges with 3M edge sealing tape. Use 8914 edge sealing tape for gloss wraps and for window perf vinyl and 8520 for matte wraps. It helps seal and protect all edges of a wrap including wheel wells, the hood, trunk, and doors. Use 3M 8914 to seal your windshield banner along the bottom edge so the windshield wiper doesn't catch on the window perf vinyl. Because it's optically clear you won't see the tape, and you may extend the life of your wrap. Edge sealing tape also helps to prevent "fingers" on the edges of wraps that have been stretched. 3M edge sealing tape is definitely a must have wrap tool.