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HOW YOU FELT WHEN YOU BG CAME OUT FRIST TIME


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Guest SQUEEGEE

:hmmm

You perhaps meant to say, "What was your honest opinion of your first effort in tinting the back glass on a car?"

I thought I did okay aside from a couple of burn trails, creases and everpresent contamination.

I at least felt that with some practice I might actually one day get the hang of it.

:hmmm

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Guest BCCwintint

Well, if that's what he means, squeegee, then I guess I did pretty decent on my first one-after losing maybe 4 pieces of film. Not to mention the creases, the overcooked burnt film, the tearing, the bubbles, the fiber contamination, and the feeling I was gonna pull my hair out. :hmmm

Ah, those were the days! :hmmm

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:beer  You mean that we are suppose to do the back glass also?

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[*]191932

Funny thing, a tinter came into town one year (this was before I was even tinting, just a story I've been told by a few customers) and he didnt do curved back glass. I even had a customer tell me he said "No, you can't tint those. You have to order a stained glass window" :lol6

I believe he lasted that year and was put out in the cold that winter :dunno:

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:tantrum? You mean that we are suppose to do the back glass also?

:tantrum

[*]191932

Funny thing, a tinter came into town one year (this was before I was even tinting, just a story I've been told by a few customers) and he didnt do curved back glass. I even had a customer tell me he said "No, you can't tint those. You have to order a stained glass window" :krazy

I believe he lasted that year and was put out in the cold that winter :tantrum:

[*]235161

I've heard of some shops saying that if the window is too curved the tint will bubble prematurely if it's done in one-piece.

:tantrum

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