Metro Restyling The Bulldozer Felt Tint Squeegee

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Metro RestylingSKU: MR332
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The Metro Restyling Bulldozer Felt Squeegee is expertly designed with professional window film installers in mind, offering a comprehensive solution for even the most demanding projects.

Key Features:

  • Complete Window Tint Tool: The Bulldozer Felt Squeegee is more than just a squeegee; it's a complete window tint tool kit. Each set includes one squeegee equipped with a convenient felt end.
  • Long Reach Handle for Accessibility: This squeegee's long-reach handle is designed to make even the most challenging areas accessible. Whether you need to lay film behind speakers or brake lights on rear vehicle glass panels, this tool simplifies the process, ensuring precision and efficiency.
  • Effortless Cleaning for Low Angles: Tackling the bottom of rear windows with low angles, front windshield tinting, and other tricky areas has never been easier. The Bulldozer Felt Squeegee allows you to navigate these surfaces effortlessly, resulting in impeccable window tint installations.


Upgrade your window tint installation toolkit today with the Metro Restyling Bulldozer Felt Squeegee. 

You have 30 calendar days to return an item from the date received. You will be responsible for paying shipping costs when returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable. Some items may be subject to restock fee. For more information, please visit our return policy.

Warning

This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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