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Longevity in Tinting


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Guest autotintplus

I've seen more people doing tinting for 10-20+ years on TD.com than people in almost any other occupation. In relation to the Army, you're like the Colonels and Majors of the Brigade. Hats off to you! Do what you love and love what you do 'cause this ole occupation of tinting is an animal like any that requires skill, patience, perseverance, creativity, tact and the list could go on. Guess I'm getting a little "patriotic" since I'm a gulf war vet and am just glad to be a tinter.

Don't get all teary -eyed on me now. :hmmm

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Guest metint
Don't get all teary -eyed on me now. :D

SIR, YES SIR! :hmmm

The love of this trade has never faded since I first cut film. :hmmm

Can't say the same for the film I've installed over the years. :hmmm

Props back at ya! :hmmm

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Guest Eclipse

I would have to echo what Metint said.

I loved it the first time I sent a satisfied customer down the road. It is a very fulfilling line of work for me.

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Guest areyouthetintguy?

I HAVE HAD A GREAT 20 YEAR RUN,,,I HOPE TO BE ABLE TO GET ANOTHER 20 ...REALLY DONT THINK MORE THAN 5 IS REALISTIC WITH THE NEW TECHNOLOGY IN GLASS AND THE TOUGH NEW LAWS HERE IN NY

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