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Filmstar, Im a convert now


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Bought a used filmstar from tintskeet about a year ago. Well It kinda

just sat around collecting dust, never really had nuthin to try it out on.

Today was the chance. Have an office building that requires around 400

19 5/8 x 48 pieces of frosted film. Last week , it took 15 minutes to tint

4 of these windows and cut a 1 inch border reveal. Using the Filmstar,

this time was reduced to 9 minutes. No heapin bags of release liners

and excess film scrap. all times included cleaning drywall dust off the frames, blading windows and squeegee. While the cost may seem high,

If you do a lot of windows of the same sizes, this thing is definately a time

saver.

Thanks tintskeet!!! :mrgreen:

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cut it slightly oversize and trim, peels the liner and cuts it off. THe cutter

assembly could be a little more robust,, the unit I have is very old, dont think they make it anymore.. filmstar jr may have taken its place now

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