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Guest mxkid913

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not yelling, but....

since the majority of us are professional window tinters, we buy from various film distributors directly, not online. therefore, we won't generally have recommendations to DIY.

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Guest zolar

just dont trust ...............e baahh

Most pro film companies have distributors for regions

but a few are direct. They are all easy to find for tint pros.

They are hard to find for a d.I.y tinter (on purpose)

I would not use any www. to buy film, personally

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Guest mxkid913
just dont trust ...............e baahh

Most pro film companies have distributors for regions

but a few are direct. They are all easy to find for tint pros.

They are hard to find for a d.I.y tinter (on purpose)

I would not use any www. to buy film, personally

[*]299306

ya so basically to get a roll of tint I should talk to a tinter? but they prob don't want another tinter around for competition...

hrm

:coffee

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Guest Gucci Olds

That and a roll of tint is not cheap. If you're looking to buy a roll of tint and just going to tint one car you're probably going to end up wasting a large majority of the tint and end up paying more than if you would have just had someone tint the car for you.

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just dont trust ...............e baahh

Most pro film companies have distributors for regions

but a few are direct. They are all easy to find for tint pros.

They are hard to find for a d.I.y tinter (on purpose)

I would not use any www. to buy film, personally

[*]299306

ya so basically to get a roll of tint I should talk to a tinter? but they prob don't want another tinter around for competition...

hrm

:coffee

[*]299359

I'd sell you a roll of tint. It'll cost you more than paying us to tint your car. Less work for me, too. Unless you've done it before, it's probably going to take a whole roll to get something to look decent. Oh, and there's no warranty if it's not installed by a pro.

DIY is not competition for a professional tinter.

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Guest mxkid913
just dont trust ...............e baahh

Most pro film companies have distributors for regions

but a few are direct. They are all easy to find for tint pros.

They are hard to find for a d.I.y tinter (on purpose)

I would not use any www. to buy film, personally

[*]299306

ya so basically to get a roll of tint I should talk to a tinter? but they prob don't want another tinter around for competition...

hrm

:coffee

[*]299359

I'd sell you a roll of tint. It'll cost you more than paying us to tint your car. Less work for me, too. Unless you've done it before, it's probably going to take a whole roll to get something to look decent. Oh, and there's no warranty if it's not installed by a pro.

DIY is not competition for a professional tinter.

[*]299383

thanks for the input, ya I've been DIY'ing it and I've done my truck D/P's about 5 times practicing but I have a lot of friends that want theirs done and I wanna help them out without dissappointing them. So should I stick with buying 6.5 feet at a time for 15 bucks at auto stores and that would be the cheapest? I just thought a roll cheaper per foot because of the "buy in bulk" concept.

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not yelling, but....

since the majority of us are professional window tinters, we buy from various film distributors directly, not online. therefore, we won't generally have recommendations to DIY.

[*]299290

There are also high quality D.I.Y. :DD for example by LluLlu.

Me are there same films or not in LluLlu D.I.Y. line?

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