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How's this for acceptance of a "professional window film installation?" :lol

And this is the sort of work standard customers let go through to the keeper. :lol

There are something like 30 of these 5' X 11' windows done in white translucent and hardly is there a better one than the one photographed as an example.

What has happened is that the installer has tried to shift the film by the look of it and pulled the adhesive off the film in doing so. Hence the white marks in the film.

I know PS ain't all that friendly but the install smacks of a hacker but it ain't.

I'm in there now with a quote to try and make amends of this disaster.

It's all the same all around the world.

Devil

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Guest Readyman

Sometimes I think that it would be worth the effort to take pictures of all the crap jobs that you run across. That way the next time somebody starts complaining about the price you could pull out a book full of pics with hack jobs.

I have a feeling though that it really wouldn't make a difference to those who are so caught up on just the price.

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kind of "artsy", I think it looks kinda cool. :beer

but that kind of stuff always amazes me when I see it. I always wonder how the hell people get film to do stuff like this. I couldn't do it if I tried. :beer

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The new tenant wants now to white it out with some product that will totally hide the bad install but it can't be got at now because internal walls are now built against the glass.

The only product I know about is a whiteout film product but none of the distributors say it is for external use and therefore not even a 5 minute warranty.

So I'm going to advise a "no go" and suggest paint.

What are your thoughts?

Devil

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The new tenant wants now to white it out with some product that will totally hide the bad install but it can't be got at now because internal walls are now built against the glass.

The only product I know about is a whiteout film product but none of the distributors say it is for external use and therefore not even a 5 minute warranty.

So I'm going to advise a "no go" and suggest paint.

What are your thoughts?

Devil

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I've done it before, white frost film I thin it was, outside panes on chiropractic windows :copcar

but ur in the downunder, so I guess I would say vinyl as well.

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