Next up you’ll need to get the heat gun out in order to form the tint to the shape of the curved glass. Again, this needs to be done with the tint on the outside of the window. Apply heat from a good distance away, slowly working the gun closer when you find its sweet spot — too close and you’ll burn a hole through the tint. Use your squeegee blade to smooth the tint out once the heat has been applied. With the tint taking its final form, it is time to apply it on the interior side of the window. Peel off the clear plastic on the back of the tint film, which will reveal the adhesive that bonds the tint to the window. Spray copious amounts of water onto the glass and stick the tint against the window. Work your squeegee over the tint, making sure to remove any trapped water and air bubbles. The more lube used, the easier life will be.