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I started what would be a long, trying road...Window Tinting.

I have been blessed over the years at this trade, however, I wouldn't want to start over again.

The learning curve for me was quite some time. I think it took me a couple of years, to get to

a point where I was confident at tinting.

Even to this day I have challenges, but I get a great deal of enjoyment and satisfaction out

of the look on my customers face when they come back to pick up their "baby" and it looks

so much better after I have performed my "magic" on the windows. I guess that is why I

have stuck with it for so long.

I have no words of wisdom, only encouragement to those who are struggling at that point in

the learning curve. It will get better. Stick with it and you will find, that one day, it will have

become second nature to you. Don't give up.

Thanks Ric, for this place. I look forward to many years to come, sharing and learning from

others experiences on this board. :beer

Steve

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Guest willie

well said dude :beer

20 years ago I was trying to figure out why the seam was thin in the middle and wider toward the edge of the glass on grand ams snd how to keep dirt out of those vent windows on chevy pickups. I figured out the grand ams but those freakin vents are another story:lol2

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well said dude :beer

20 years ago I was trying to figure out why the seam was thin in the middle and wider toward the edge of the glass on grand ams snd how to keep dirt out of those vent windows on chevy pickups. I figured out the grand ams but those freakin vents are another story:lol2

[*]403080

I hate tinting those wing windows! :nope

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well said dude :nope

20 years ago I was trying to figure out why the seam was thin in the middle and wider toward the edge of the glass on grand ams snd how to keep dirt out of those vent windows on chevy pickups. I figured out the grand ams but those freakin vents are another story:lol2

[*]403080

I hate tinting those wing windows! :DD

[*]403102

Those vents are cake. When you live in the swamps like jethro and I do, you have plenty of practice on those old farm and hunting trucks. :beer

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Guest willie
well said dude :DD

20 years ago I was trying to figure out why the seam was thin in the middle and wider toward the edge of the glass on grand ams snd how to keep dirt out of those vent windows on chevy pickups. I figured out the grand ams but those freakin vents are another story:lol2

[*]403080

I hate tinting those wing windows! :DD

[*]403102

Those vents are cake. When you live in the swamps like jethro and I do, you have plenty of practice on those old farm and hunting trucks. :DD

[*]403104

dude Im in dairy country -you aint seen chiatt :beer

Ive got plenty of practice - I was just pokin fun at they always seem to have a little ant trail somewhere :nope

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