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1. Clean windows.
2. Measure and pre-cut the film.
3. Trim the film.
4. Apply the application solution.
5. Apply tint to window.
6. Push all the water and soap towards the edge of the window, and blot away using a squeegee wrapped in paper towel.
clean very well and apply a rainx type solution..... detailers use very fine steel wool and very light pressure to remove grimewith good window cleaner, the apply the solution... just remember light pressure on the steel wool
The hot and cold difference gives you that, usually in the morning, you can clean the windshield inside and apply Rainx Anti-fog here's the link to what it looks like, you can get it at Autozone Pepboys etc. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009H5W66
Very simple solution, indeed, as expected. RainX wiper blades come with a small device designed to replace the snapping mechanism on the existing wiper blade. Once you get the existing mechanism off (which can be a little testy), you snap the new in place and it fits perfectly. Rear blade just requires a little patience. Once you get it off (which can also be a little testy), the new one snaps in place perfectly. Although I was able to solve my own problem, this is a really nice service that you provide, thanks.
Could be the Fuse!
Could be the Wiper Motor Burn't Out if Blades were frozen to windshield when turned on
Until you fix the problem you can buy RainX Wipe-On Glass Solution or Windsheild Washer Fluid which as unbelievable as it sounds will allow you to drive in the all but the worst downpours of rain without wipers!
I love the RainX Windsheild Washer Fluid and rarely use my wipers.
Check the fuses and try RainX and get back to me!
Hope this Helps!