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  1. 4 points

    Off Topic Chat Thread

    Haven't really shared this with anyone, probably the longest I've gone since oh IDK I was 14.
  2. 2 points

    First Cracked Window in over 25 years !!!

    Tesla isn't going anywhere, anytime soon. At least IMO, which isn't based on anything. I just don't see it happening. But who knows.. stranger things have happened.
  3. 1 point

    First Cracked Window in over 25 years !!!

    This is a 2019 Tesla Model 3. I was not aggressive with heat did not even squeegee to hard. The film had even been on the car for over 30 min before that crack appeared. As I finished hanging all the film I came back with a microfiber to clean everything up and literally watched it appear from the inside. The contractor I was doing this for just about had a heart attack when I had to call and tell him what had happened ( understandably so ). Lucky for us all the customer was about the coolest guy you could ever meet. Long story short everything worked out ok in the end. The customer is cool contractor is cool and I live to tint another day.
  4. 1 point

    Off Topic Chat Thread

    'morning all.... Sounds like you got a good plan ETA: It's national puppy day!!
  5. 1 point

    Off Topic Chat Thread

    Fixed it for ya I've got some goals in mind man that I really want to achieve. I've always worked a lot of hours even at my old job so I've grown accustom to it. We're in baby step 4-6 of the Dave Ramsey plan and paying off the house is included in that. Working hard to get to a point in my life where I'm completely debt free.
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    This is the reason I wont tint the bg on the 3 anymore. I also wont tint the windshield on any of them. I hear many thinking this company will fold soon. The glass on these is defective by design. Google it and you’ll see.
  7. 1 point

    First Cracked Window in over 25 years !!!

    I gotta say that I don’t think that was your fault. The origin of the crack seems to be beyond the frit, which leads me to believe there was damage elsewhere and that tinting just exposed the prior problem. This is seems to have been done by installing interior trim that is against the glass. Or by some foreign impact that was in the edge of the actual glass piece. Much like moving a crack in the windshield with heat and an ice cube, this is the same aspect that exposed a flaw that you did not cause. Window tint rarely causes automotive glass to break unless there was a prior problem. Just my two cents.
  8. 1 point
    Tint Eastwood

    Off Topic Chat Thread

    I know what you meant Bham, now they are called "sweepstakes" around here. They come and go with every slight adjustment in the law. But yeah those Bingo halls in the early 90s were the equivalent to the mob in our corner of the dirty south. According to the police at least.....
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    We are a clean/Professional shop in Wylie, TX. We are looking for a clean cut, professional technician who is capable of completing jobs with minimal return problems. Looking for a PROFESSIONAL. This position pays salary with proven experience. We are looking for a full time partner who is interested in growing with our company. We are a Formula One dealer and are the best in our area for customer service. We are just looking for a GREAT fit for our team! Looking to hire ASAP!
  10. 1 point

    Am I tripping?

    That's your difference. Not saying this is always true but you're typically gonna have a higher quality install and someone that puts more effort into each job with a one man show. Similar scenario you take your vehicle into the dealership to have work done cause who knows your vehicle better than the dealership right? Wrong. Truth is they've got some kids in the back they may have two years of experience, and you're going to overpay. Why, cause they have a fancy waiting area with cheap coffee and stale chips. Now the mechanic right down the road who's been doing his job since the 80's and hasn't updated it since then can probably tell you before you walk in what's wrong with the vehicle. Your one man show has a lot more to gain or lose with every customer. The big name places well honestly they couldn't care less and are just going to say you're being to difficult to deal with. Which yeah you're being picky but not completely out of line.
  11. 1 point
    no ma'am

    Recommendations for tint training

    @flat rock stan
  12. 1 point
    Florida Custom Tinting located in Oviedo, Florida is looking for an Experienced Automotive Tinter to start ASAP. Even though we do use plotters to computer-cut, must know how to hand cut as well. Experience in Paint Protection, wraps, etc ... Installation a plus. Very busy family business and low pressure atmosphere. Duties & requirements include but not limited to: -Install window tint and perform all jobs with quality standards in mind -Must pay close attention to detail and strive for perfection -Display motivation, maintain a positive attitude & be a team player -Clean & professional appearance -Experience required - Must be able to tint all vehicle types -Pass drivers / background check -Available to work Monday - Saturday 9-5 -Complete jobs with time management meeting customer deadlines -Extra job training provided by owner - If needed. -Must be reliable Compensation Paid weekly - Top Commission Pay - Extra compensation to right individual APPLY BY SENDING RESUME TO FLORIDACUSTOMTINTING@CFL.RR.COM Florida Custom Tinting 71 Geneva Drive Oviedo, FL 32765 407-542-5187 Edited March 30, 2018 by FloridaCustomTinting Added Location
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