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  1. How do you cool your shop in the summer?

    Anyone using these? https://www.portacool.com/en/us/home
  2. Toxic dryer sheets anti static back glass

    re: toxicity People just don't understand that just because they used the sheets x amount of time with no ill effect they are "safe" for everyone else to use. Tell you what, try doing the amount of tobacco, booze, heroin and cocaine that Kieth Richards has proven is "safe" and see how that works out for you.
  3. WTF! First bad review!

    If you report the review, do so in punjabi or whatever language they speak where Yelp out-sources the review moderators to.
  4. Silicone spray in window - good or bad?

    I've used silicone spray on all my Japanese cars with tint and I've not seen any tint failures over years of use. Silicone sealants can be used to edge seal residential and comnmericial tint so long as they are "neutral cure" type and that practice is supported by film manufactures.
  5. Meth Bust Due To Illegal tint

    Maybe the got the meth from another government agency: Border Patrol Agent Sentenced to 70 Months in Prison for Helping Smuggle Drugs http://ticklethewire.com/2018/04/26/border-patrol-agent-sentenced-to-70-months-in-prison-for-helping-smuggle-drugs/
  6. Looking for pointers on distribution.

    Liability: So a guy comes to you and requests double limo on the fronts. No problem just cut and paste a waiver found online. Guy dies in a wreck and you are covered! But wait there's more. Only problem is his daughter now has a Cause of Action for a civil suit under wrongful death claim as she did not sign the waiver. And the statute of limitations starts to run on a wrongful death suit when she reaches 18 years old. In some states your period of exposure to a suit from someone not a party to the waiver could run about 18 years plus the normal statute of limitations. Also other drivers can sue your customer and when they find out he don't have a pot to piss in they name you as well. Your customer can name you as a third-party defendant and technically might not be violating the waiver because he is not suing the other driver/victim is.
  7. The light seems pretty well distributed. Most LEDs I've tried are way too directional. I need a shotgun not a rifle. I paid $200.00 for a Snap-ON cordless light and used it or twice with no-where near what you have there. I see that is a prototype. You might look at some of the sign makers materials: light weight and very durable plastic boards about 1/4 thick. Might be worth looking into. What Kelvin rating on the color 6500?
  8. Shattered b.g. 1-2 days after tinting

    I recently posted a link in a thread about exploding sunroofs that Kia/Hyundai are the top brands experiencing spontaneous breakages.
  9. I need to work on some windows with remote controlled electric blinds. Windows are thankfully small but they are 17 feet up. Just wondering what to expect when I get up there. Would there be a safe way to remove and disconnect them as in a plug vs hard wired? I see in another thread in this section that some are battery powered but can't imagine that would be the case with far up they are as it would kinda rule out the consumer changing batteries without having some one do it for them.
  10. "like little birds distracted by their iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches, Bloomberg reports that distracted employees have repeatedly run into Apple’s glass-walled workspaces." https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/02/apple-employees-cant-stop-walking-into-glass-walls Also of note is that the California Code of Regulations says the following: §1525. Glass. (a) Employees shall be protected against the hazard of walking through glass by barriers or by conspicuous durable markings. On side note the tech guys are legendary consumers of Cannabis concentrates.
  11. Exploding Sunroofs

    I just found another good source on this with nice graphs of which car manufactures are having problems. The auto industry uses the same excuses as tint manufactures when they screw up: "your'e the only one it has happened to". https://www.consumerreports.org/car-safety/exploding-sunroofs-danger-overhead/ Damn consumer reports don't they understand lying to customers is the birth right of corporations who as we all know are themselves "people". jk.
  12. Credit card processing

    Might as well use Square as Nobody ever gets the low rates promised IMHO by their competitors. The whole CC industry is as corrupt as Wells Fargo Bank.
  13. smart film LCD glass switchable glass pdlc film

    Prices starting at only $60.00 per square foot.
  14. Things can get rough "Man arrested in 1997 killing of low-rider car business rival" http://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/Fugitive-busted-in-1997-slaying-of-rival-at-San-6584958.php
  15. Dawn vs J&J

    Prior to the advent of Anti-graffiti Films they regular security film and used copious amounts of dish soap as slip so when removal time came it would come off easier.
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