Originally Posted by 28HopUp
Take them out of the cylinder IMMEDIATELY and unroll them flat on a table for a few days. I left mine in the tube, and both ended up with a small crease in the same spot that did not come out after they dried. Use plenty of solution, and tape the center front part of the hood for proper alignment. My passenger side cutout for the windshield washer nozzle did not line up 100%, so don't assume that if you have the stripe lined up over the hole that the stripe is in the right position.
Here's the final result (they're Slate Metallic) -
What he said ..... I ended up with a small crease like defect in middle of my roof stripes same way, thank goodness hood came out OK. I can live with the small defect, no one but no one has noticed it, but I know ..... maybe come Spring I'll replace roof parts.
I bought the stuff and mixed my solution in a clean gallon jug and used a new spray bottle, use a lot! I used near 1/3 gallon doing mine.
Be patient with small tiny bubbles, time in the sun, a few days, they get better.