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Jeep 吸附遮阳罩 2 件装
Jeep Cling Sun Shade provides year round shade against sun glare. Easy static cling attachment. Universal size fits all windows. Installed sun shade dimension 13" x 20.5". Pack comes with 2 sun shades.
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To get all the air bubbles out and as nice as an installation as you could expect, you should install them similar to how professional window tint installer do. Here's what I did that works as good as can be expected, you'll need a spray bottle, a squeegee or credit card and some lint free towels.
1. Once you receive the shades, unbox them and lay each of them out somewhere on a flat surface, add a book or something else heavy on top of them to flatten out the creases created from the packaging of them. For best results, leave it this way for a few days to a week. Check on it here and there to see how the creases are doing. The creases will likely never fully flatten, but the softer the crease, the better the outcome.
2. Grab a spray bottle of something that contains a very slightly soapy liquid. I used window cleaner, but you might not want to use it if it contains ammonia as ammonia is known to damage after-market window tinting. You could probably just make your own by adding a drop or two of dishwashing soap to a spray bottle of water.
3. Clean and remove fingerprints, stickers and other gunk from the inside of the window where you'll be installing the shade. Dry it off using a microfiber towel or other relatively low lint cloth.
4. With the window all the way up, spray the area where you'll be installing the sunshade coating lightly with the solution, try not to spray so much that the solution is running down the window.
5. Gently apply the sunshade, make sure that wherever it makes contact with the window that the area is wet. Since the window is wet, you should be a able to slide the shade around and into its final position.
6. Use the squeegee and working from the center to the edge, squeeze out the water and wipe up the excess. Try not to apply too much pressure as if it stretch it out, otherwise it will be an irregular shape when finished. If everything goes well, you should have a near bubble-less installation, with the exception of the creases.
If done this way, it should not interfere with the operation of lowering and raising the window. At least, I didn't have any problems.
Lastly, a few things to mention:
* These are sunshades so while they do block some of the light, they don't do anything for the heat.
* They aren't anything like having a professional tint your windows because the surface of the film isn't as smooth and does cause some minor distortion when looking through them.
* If you want to block heat and some privacy, you'd still need to have your windows tinted.
1)Upon receiving pull out of packaging and lay flat in a spot that will get warm or is in direct sunlight (on a car dash works great as long as its not cold/winter). Leave them sit flat for a day.
2)You can find the proper fit by laying it on the outside of the window you want to put it on and marking it where you need to cut it. !Make sure you have the Jeep logo facing outside and where you want it so its not in your view! !Heavily Mist the window and the Sunshade with water so they stick to one another better.
3) Now that you have these cut to fit(if needed) go to the inside of the window and heavily mist it with water and the Sunshade. Position the sunshade on the window (it is very easy to position because of the water) and with one hand at the top to keep it in place, take with a credit card (and a towel at the bottom if you don't want water everywhere)and use it as a squeegee to push all the water under the sunshade out the bottom. For the edges you may want to go from the center out to make sure they are all laying flat.
4) Any bubbles you should be able to get out. If there are any that get stuck in the middle peel up the closest corner as far as the bubble and spray the window again, lay it back down and squeegee smooth.
5) Give it time to dry completely. There will be a little moisture still left underneath but when it evaporates it will have a perfectly smooth finish.
If you want further details comment on the review and I can post pictures.
Since this static cling is folded, it's impossibly to get it to lie completely flat against the glass in my entertainment center. Yes, I'm not using it in my vehicle, let alone a JEEP as this is marketed towards. Instead I'm using it to conceal my router in my TV stand. The film is just the right color to match while being dark enough to conceal the router and wires. Unfortunately the creases from the folds look horrendous as they reflect the light and accentuate the folds.
I should have just bought the privacy film at The Home Depot for $20 instead of buying this film. Now I have to buy that film and just wasted nearly $6 which is an overall 30% unnecessary expense.
I took one star off because of packaging---they are incredibly wrinkled out of the package because they folded over and over making it near impossible to get out all the bubbles. Being that I work with vinyl decals for a hobby I layed them in the sun for an hour and lightly heated them with a hair dryer and it greatly helped getting them to lay flat. However if they were sold rolled in a tube or in a flat fed-ex style envelope this would not be an issue.