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I'm cutting and shrinking rear screens for someone and getting paid per screen. Just cutting and shrinking - nothing else. I've got a loose rear screen to use. There are over 2000 to do in total of this particular model (toyota verso). I'm thinking I will be able to get a good system going and be able to do loads per day.

Does anyone have thoughts on how to get maximum efficiency with this?

Thanks

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I'm cutting and shrinking rear screens for someone and getting paid per screen. Just cutting and shrinking - nothing else. I've got a loose rear screen to use. There are over 2000 to do in total of this particular model (toyota verso). I'm thinking I will be able to get a good system going and be able to do loads per day.

Does anyone have thoughts on how to get maximum efficiency with this?

Thanks

:uh buy another heat gun? :uh

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hey I used that m-dog method. that's well good. I can do like 10 screens before it even begins to need anymore soap. I may try waxing the screen up tomorrow with candle wax - no good with a normal application due to having to clean it off, but could work well with this... worth a try anyway.

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hey I used that m-dog method. that's well good. I can do like 10 screens before it even begins to need anymore soap. I may try waxing the screen up tomorrow with candle wax - no good with a normal application due to having to clean it off, but could work well with this... worth a try anyway.

If your complaining that the soap only last for 10 screens...then might I suggest you just wet shrink em all?

but really spraying water on a back screen is about as time consuming as soaping it...

:dunno

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