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Old 10-03-2012, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default IAG vs bluebatmobile overlays

Been wanting to do the the red overlays for a while now and I'm starting to look into it. I have decided on overlays because it is reversible just in case I want to change back or the result isn't what I'm looking for. What is the difference in the IAG overlays and the bluebatmobile ones, which is better quality? Also if you have a 2011/2012 silver hatchback with either of them could you post a pic and state which darkness you got (like 3/10, etc). I dont want just plain red ones, i would like ones with a light smoke and a light smoke in the center. Thanks a million
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:47 PM   #2
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:30 PM   #3
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The overlay idea in theory is good, but unless you know what you are doing they are a bitch. My tails were done with lamin-x, and my tint guy put a big square over my entire tails heated and cut them and squeegeed them perfect, then cut the centers out after the overlays were perfect. He as an expert said this was the way to do it to have it come out best. My results are perfect so I tend to believe him.


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Old 10-03-2012, 09:43 PM   #4
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The overlay idea in theory is good, but unless you know what you are doing they are a bitch. My tails were done with lamin-x, and my tint guy put a big square over my entire tails heated and cut them and squeegeed them perfect, then cut the centers out after the overlays were perfect. He as an expert said this was the way to do it to have it come out best. My results are perfect so I tend to believe him.

Thanks for the reply, i am going to be getting a local vinyl shop to install them, and i showed him a video of them being installed and he said it shouldnt be a problem. So i think im just gonna get pre cut ones.
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