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So... long story short... I had some time to kill waiting today and I started to pull of the limo tint on my car. I hate it... during the day - I love it... at nite.. or if it's raining *and* at nite - I feel like I'm going to die.
The sides came off %100. Glue and all. Windshield - film came off ok, but still left glue, so I'm not gonna touch it until I scrape that off - hopefully this weekend.
Film that comes off w/o leaving any glue - is that really good film? or bad? I have no clue what brand it is.... whomever installed it did a really good job with no gaps and hardly any light line. I don't think it was shaved, but it was very close.
Will put up something lighter in the spring for the heat rejection. I don't care about the looks of it - I just want something to block the heat.
Satin is a happy medium between gloss and matte. It looks like matte but has more uv inhibitor, doesn't hold so much dirt. Also seems to last longer/easier to keep clean.
I think Avery has the best satin films from an installers perspective.
Find anyplace you can to get started. Next to a tire shop/bodyshop/audio shop/car lot...whatever you can find that is being underused. I've been offered space just due to the cross traffic that I can generate. If you run as a wholesaler the shops you service can carry the overhead and mark up your services.