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  1. 12 points
    863JOE

    2018 Accord back window warning

    Happened to me at work twice now, thought I should give the warning. First time I thought it was a fluke, second time I noticed a pattern. When you squeeze out the back window, the water will run PERFECTLY down the drivers side, down the inner quarter and funnel over a wiring harness that's part of the blindspot monitoring system, triggering a fault on the dash and saying see the dealer. Thankfully I work for a Honda dealership, so no biggie. If in the event this happens to you- pop the trunk, pull back the trunk liner on the left hand side by removing the cargo hook tucked in the corner (pressure clipped in) and peel it back. The harness is right there when you pull it back, you can't miss it. Unplug both harnesses and take compressed air and blow all the water out and you're back in business. Won't throw a hard code, no need to go to the dealer if it happens. Figured I'd save everyone the panic attack.
  2. 11 points
    jh812

    Whats up BOSS!

    You can call me whatever you want when you're handing me 100 dollar bills
  3. 10 points
    Just completed this hair salon with some really big graphics! Turned out really nice and wanted to show it off!
  4. 10 points
    SlammedNiss

    Got bored at work today.

    thought I'd make myself a new shop shirt...
  5. 9 points
    highplains

    Pic of the Week #594 Submissions

    Here's the obligatory new parent look at my child picture
  6. 9 points
    TNTLady

    What other hobbies do you have?

    Rocks....I paint rocks
  7. 9 points
    Tintguy1980

    What other hobbies do you have?

    Swing BenchClothes Closet for the misses Picnic Table for poolside Dining Table Swing Bench for back deckShutters These are samples of my hobby. The custom shutters for the house were the simplest using PVC planks. The dining table has interchangeable top; if we tire of the Barnwood look the trim can be removed and planks replaced with another type laminate flooring. The deck swing bench has a recycled umbrella canvas for shade and the cup holders are recycled track-light fixture covers.😁
  8. 8 points
    jh812

    Pic of the Week #595 Submissions

    Blackout film on roughly 600 square feet at the local high school.
  9. 8 points
    TintDude

    NEW Tinter , need you help

    Thanks for the constructive criticism. Please keep in mind that the opinions expressed here are those of the participants. What the original poster posted isn't unique, and certainly isn't encouraged. Maybe we can explain to him/her why it's a bad idea to jump into an industry with no business license and/or not enough skill, or why it isn't good to be a low-baller etc, instead of implying that the forum is run badly.
  10. 8 points
    Super Dave

    Pic of the Week #588 Submissions

    1990 Porsche 944 20% ceramic all the way I forgot to get a picture of it put back together and completely finished, but you guys get it, it’s on there!
  11. 7 points
    Tint Eastwood

    Film Question.

    You gonna pay on the next one.
  12. 7 points
    Stewy

    $35 a month!

    I cant beleive i got this for $35 a month i had no idea it was even an option. Filtered, coffee, hot, and cold water!
  13. 7 points
    TNTLady

    Pic of the Week #594 Submissions

    CUPCAKES!! YES, I made these Coke float, cherry limeade, cherry Coke and plain vanilla. They were all DEEELISH!!
  14. 7 points
    tintman Pa

    What other hobbies do you have?

    Lots of hobbies restoring an old 67 ford van is a long term project. Sound guy for daughter and her duet www.ellieleeoldfield @ellieleeoldfield. Look her up snd since November I’ve been restoring 68-77 redline hotwheels
  15. 6 points
    If you are looking to add a line, each of those films has small performance differences...in the real world probably not going to tell. So your concern should be more about if you like the appearance, how well does the film install for you (shrink/scratching/adhesive), and the price of the product. Out of the 3, I would drop the CIR as Suntek has more scratching issues, one of the higher low angle haze films, and just overall lower quality. There is no right film, just what works best for you. Best thing to do is to get samples of each and feel them out. For all the Global people about to jump on the thread, you can suck it.
  16. 6 points
    TNTLady

    What other hobbies do you have?

    Another hobby of mine....
  17. 6 points
    Tint Artist

    Pic of the Week #588 Submissions

    Tint graphic on hair salon!!
  18. 6 points
    Hi Rayno Rick, Companies such as those you mention put a great deal of energy and expense to give the tools that their customers need to be able to get the best return on their purchase of products. Years of brand building, marketing and support structure and sales materials, supply chain, warranty policies and networking... This is the driving force behind the growth and success of those that install the products.. I'm sure it's much harder than running a Facebook group from your phone and giving the old "Hey guys... Wink Wink, it's another more popular brand in a different box for a few bucks less". ;-) ;-)
  19. 6 points
    OverLord

    Pic of the Week #587 Submissions

    I don't want them to be to comfortable
  20. 6 points
    SlammedNiss

    NEW Tinter , need you help

    This is a joke, right?
  21. 6 points
    "Professional" in open air bays and touching the adhesive and I'm sure the Guinness world record official knows anything about window tint. Not knocking the whole thing just think the hype is higher than the truth.
  22. 6 points
    This was the first time in about 15 years that I’ve done a chrome cut out. My friend loves No Face, a character from some Japanese anime show. She had it tinted by another shop, and they left dirt EVERYWHERE and about a 3/4” light gap on the top. Retinted it with Suntek StdPro 5% and SDS-20 as the cut out. She was really happy with the final outcome. I thought it was cool.
  23. 6 points
    I customized this cheap, orange handle squeegee with channel by heating it up for 20 seconds or so and hyper extended the handle backwards. This allows me to squeegee from edge to edge to about 6” of bottom edge. I trimmed off about 1.5” of the handle and slight grinded down the blade holder on the side where it could slightly touch the glass at the lowest angle. The vehicle shown is a 08 Fusion.
  24. 6 points
    I'm tint pro
  25. 6 points
    Mr paladin

    average amount of cars.

    I could tint more cars if people didn't come in or call but then again I guess if people didn't come in or call I would have no cars to tint.
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