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-- Applying Window Etching to your Case
-- 3.30.2001
-- By: GideonX

   There are numerous case mods out there with window kits.  Add a neon tube inside your case behind that window and you have yourself a nice pimpin' case to show off to your friends.  But how do you make your case stand out from the rest? Add more neon? If those tubes are costing you too much, I would suggest slapping in some Window Etchings!

   Thats what we're talking about! A custom etching that is removable, so do not worry about your window having that etching forever.  You may purchase these custom etchings through our supplier, PC Mods.  They've done a great job in converting our logo to these etchings!

   Here is our guide on how to apply this etching within 5 minutes of receiving it.  First off, when you receive your package, it comes with the custom etching and an applicator.  It looks something like a hard plastic squeegee.

   The next step would be to remove your case window.  Take a towel and wipe the window clean first of any dust.

   Figure out where you want to place the etching on your window.  Measure twice!  But if you mess up afterwards, it's ok, you can always re-apply.

   When you have the correct spot determined, flip the window over to the other side to prepare the application.

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