Make sure your windows are clean before you begin. Once the tints have been cut to shape, lay them on the outside of the glass and trim to fit. Ensuring there is no old adhesive still left on the window, spray soapy water onto the inside of the window. Peel the clear layer off the tint that covers the adhesive and apply the tint to the interior side of the window. The easiest way is to slide the tint around to the perfect position with the lower part of your palm, and once you have it in position, slide the tint down below the window seal at the top of the door card. Use the squeegee to once again remove the water and air bubbles out from behind the tint, working your way from the centre to the outside edges. This process can be repeated for every window. If you find the tint is a little oversized, don’t worry, you can take your blade and trim while it’s in place, you’ll need to do this as you don’t want any edges that could catch and remove, tear, or crinkle the film.