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  1. No just my standard w the CarbonFx. Upsell ceramic.
  2. hahaha.....now that's funny
  3. That's basically how it ended.....hahahhaha
  4. That's gonna be my car. I'm leavin the van as is. It's gonna be replaced the soonest...lol. That's the only reason I did the Rayno on it. Well and to try to deplete the supply. But it is an 07 with 135k on it. We won't have it too much horribly longer. Long enough for that to last....haha. But I will probably redo my car with the SolarFx when I get it. Why not....I have only tinted my car like 8 different times already.
  5. Aaaaahhhhh. That makes sense. Guess iv never seen one w the door open either. Lol
  6. Well, had one of those moments today..... Decided redo my van fronts in my Rayno S7 20% to get rid of some of it. The tint on there was Suntek carbon 18 from when I first started tinting so you can only imagine.....Trying to convert over to the SolarFx so looking to burn this on stuff. Well, burn I did tonight...lol I had redone the passenger side yesterday and cut first one just a hair shorter than I really wanted so I redid it. Turned out great. Cut the driver side tonight, cleaned off well, everything was going perfect. Even the application and cut were spot on. Window looked great. Well......before I blue maxxed it on I was like....."dang, that looks dark?" Looked over through the passenger window and was like "is it the lighting or what?" Passenger window I did yesterday looked fine. Pulled the box down I used......5%....Doh! So I pulled my 20% down, unrolled it on the window, no big deal....Roll popped out of the box (36" roll) and slid down to the floor and creased a bunch of the film. Had to trash about 5' of it.....So now I am getting irritated......Cut the next one and my top cut went bad cuz I was in a hurry so on like the fourth try I finally made the install....lol. Well, the first one was perfect.....2 and 3 went south big time. Just one of those moments I guess...... But, on the positive side, I am about 10' closer to using SolarFx ceramic....hahahaha
  7. I have converted over to all SolarFx Carbon and HybridFx. Love them both, work the same, feel the same, but just a slightly different finish. Carbon matches factory glass real well on vans/suvs etc. The Hybrid has more "sheen" to it. Shrink better than anything I have used, stick quick and look great. converting to their ceramic too asap
  8. Ya....agreed.....Probably can't stand him even more than the Pats....
  9. So I have never done one of these but was looking at it the other day. How do you do this top loading with the front of the window coming all the way down to a point? Seems like you would have to bottom load that but obviously someone does it top loading.
  10. Why.........I can't imagine people want that......yikes
  11. Man if I knew I could do even 10-15 a week I would have to consider quitting my day job. It's just a hobby/side gig for me right now.
  12. Good to know. Seems a lot of the small suv/crossover/hatchbacks are all pretty straight forward. I like them. Back glass is always so nice to do...lol
  13. As much as I hate to even say this, my Rayno Ceramic 50% S7 I don't even remember is on there. I used the SolarFx Hybrid once on there but the metal in it was causing a lot of starburst around lights. I am going to convert my ceramic over to SolarFx though and i need a new windshield anyways cause of the no tarp laws here...lol. So I will redo in the SolarFx 50% ceramic. But any issues are so minimal I don't even think about them.....until my Rayno starts peeling off. Hopefully I will have my new one by then...haha
  14. Stainless. Exhaust on cars lasts for decades outside in the elements and still looks great. Blades last how long in the shop? You would have to plan on passing down blades to your grandkids to even worry about it.