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When you're working with precut Window Tint or even just sheets of Window Tint film, getting precise cuts for this material is the most important deciding factor between getting perfect results of sloppy results You will have to take precaution when getting Window Tint material. From the standard to Avery, each tint's material have specific tolerances. Some tint are more durable than others, some need a bit more pressure, and messing up a cut is the last thing you want to do. Your choice in razor will make or break your Window Tint installation. Naturally, quality and reliability are extremely important criteria for getting professional level results, so be sure to choose the right kind of blade that will best suit the tint you are using.
Designed with an industry standard 30-degree blade and a metal frame the Avery Dennison® Metal Breakaway Knife is made to prevent flexing compared to plastic knives so you achieve straighter cuts, making it ideal for tougher tint such as Nano Ceramic and NR Pro. The Plastic Breakaway Knife also fulfills the same function as its metal brother but has a plastic build, making it more flexible. The Mini Razor is as your expected, a small metal utility knife, which can best be used to quickly trim away excess window film leftovers during the installation process or for cutting in very small areas. Whatever blade you choose for your DIY project, you'll be guaranteed to have clean cuts.
In the end, when it comes to getting the precise cut that you want, choose whichever blade will best work for your situation as you know what will be most useful to you. Regardless of the brand make sure you have all your cutting needs covered. When it comes to getting the perfect cut, these three blades will work wonders for cutting your Window Tint film, so grab a blade and get customizing!