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About Blackwolftinting

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    I show my tints to everyone!!

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    Ive been tinting windows for 19 years. I have had several other jobs like busing tables and directional boring. Window tinting is by far the best thing that ever happened to me. About me: I speak a small amount of German, enough to hold a conversation. I enjoy listening to music and watching classic movies, customizing cars, and taking my dog to the beach.I hold an AA degree in general studies, and am currently working on my bachelors degree in business management and supervison. If anyone has any questions about tinting please feel free to message me on here.
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    Ft.Myers FL
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  1. Blackwolftinting

    What did you tint today?

    The ever elusive Pontiac Torrent. He called for a price and I had 0 idea what vehicle he was even talking about. I had to do a google image search to price him. 🤦🏻‍♂️
  2. Blackwolftinting

    The Chat Thread

    Yes. I will be vacationing on my couch in front of my tv. I think I’ll try and beat God of War. Maybe take some naps. Who knows at this point. But no. I’m just taking some time off to get some personal stuff taken care of, being it’s notoriously the slowest week out of the year. I may plan a trip next year. This one just came up too fast.
  3. Blackwolftinting

    The Chat Thread

    Who else notices a slow down around this time every year? The back to school crunch. I’m taking next week off. The first time in 5 years I’m taking a vacation. Yeet.
  4. Blackwolftinting

    2001 Yukon windshield issue

    Just three piece it with overlays and SEND IT! Yeet!
  5. Blackwolftinting

    What did you tint today?

    This. And that.
  6. Blackwolftinting

    Rear window removal

    Use a razor blade in an inconspicuous spot(like top left or right corner). If it flakes, it’s more than likely a laminate layer(film) and not glue. Don’t use the blade over the rear defroster lines*. If it’s determined that it is a layer of film, take a piece of scrap film or the cheapest line you keep in stock. Cut and heat mold as you normally would. Install it as you normally would. Squeegee out as you normally would. Now take a black trash bag and cut it to fit on the outside of the glass. Take trash bag from the outside of the glass, and using slip solution(soapy water), install that black bag over the newly tinted window. Back the vehicle out of your shop and park it in the sun. Make sure the back window is getting full sun. Wait about 30-60 minutes, until the glass is so hot you can only leave a finger on it for less than a second. What you’re doing is using the trash bag as a steamer, steaming the entire piece of glass at one time. The newly installed piece of film *should* bond to the old layer of laminate, and it will all come off in one shot. if that doesn’t work, get the ole scraper out and begin to go to town. Let customer know he/she will no longer have a functioning defroster. Use soapy water so the adhesive doesn’t get soupy and stuck in the rear deck or c pillar cloth.
  7. Blackwolftinting

    What did you tint today?

    It’s been a slow week so far. But still got some work done today.
  8. Blackwolftinting

    What did you tint today?

    It was a slow Saturday, but I still did work. 👌🏿
  9. Blackwolftinting

    window tint

    How big of a tent do you want?
  10. Blackwolftinting

    Is this tint job acceptable?

    I agree with Bham.
  11. Blackwolftinting

    What did you tint today?

    Did these sliders the other day. I think this was 10-15 year old static cling film. I’ve never seen actual window film look like and come off like this stuff did.
  12. Blackwolftinting

    Spots in Tint

    As stated earlier, it’s called “ghosting” and usually only happens with metallized films. If you’re happy with your previous jobs by this company, bring it back and give them a chance to rectify the issue. As both a business owner and installer, keep in mind we’re humans. We’re working with plastic, doing our best to get it on your windows and make it look as pretty as we can. Sometimes we overlook something. Sometimes the film does weird things that’s out of our control. Redoing one or two doors to make you happy is WELL within the realm of a professional shop’s service.
  13. Blackwolftinting

    Best Squeegee To Clean

    5” yellow turbo for side windows. 2” yellow turbo for 1/4 windows. 5” yellow turbo and Sideswiper for back window and windshields. This is only for the final pass before film installation.
  14. Blackwolftinting

    What did you tint today?

    These: And a Honda Pilot I couldn’t photograph because it was raining too hard.