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Guest WillTint4$

Here in the Mid-West I do very little tint work in the winter. I dont like to do cars cause they dry sooooo slow and the phone just doesnt ring for flat work. Many of my residential customers go south for the winter and that leaves me with not much work. When the weather is cold and the sun only shines 8-10 hours a day how do those of you in the Mid-west generate work?

I dont know if I should work harder to generate winter work or.......should I work like crazy half the year and take the rest off?

Any winter suggestions?

Thanks,

Will

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Here in the Mid-West I do very little tint work in the winter. I dont like to do cars cause they dry sooooo slow and the phone just doesnt ring for flat work. Many of my residential customers go south for the winter and that leaves me with not much work. When the weather is cold and the sun only shines 8-10 hours a day how do those of you in the Mid-west generate work?

I dont know if I should work harder to generate winter work or.......should I work like crazy half the year and take the rest off?

Any winter suggestions?

Thanks,

Will

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Hook a snow plow to the front of your work van . that will keep you off the couch! :thumb

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