The first thing that Chris Cook does is to tell us how to use a hot air gun more effectively. First, we have to take advantage of the characteristics of the self-adhesive film that we are going to apply on the vehicle.
Cook and his team place the film over the entire vehicle, stretching it as much as they can in order to avoid any wrinkles.
Prior using the hot air gun, Chris Cook pulls the film from its corners in order to stretch it maximally. But since it cannot be entirely stretched, he would have to use the hot air gun. With its help, the self-adhesive film will shrink from the heat and will take the form or the given surface. The hot air, created from the gun, is used only on certain wrinkled parts of the film. At the end, Cook uses squeegee with which he presses the film to the surface of the chosen vehicle.
In order to achieve perfect application, pay more attention on levels of hot air. It is very important that the film is stretched well before you begin using the hot air gun!