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What EXACTLY" should the public consider an acceptable tint job?


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Guest maxwax

My self as a tinter,I tend to look at things from a different stand point . YES I take my work very seriously. but be honest before you post.

If I have for some reason over scheduled for the day and on car #5 for the day I am tired and ready to go home,I might and I stress might let a window pass that would not have done so if it were the first car of the day,or I might tuck the rub-rail instead of pulling the whole panel on the last one , now granted I am 45 years old and cant keep up quite as well as I could 10 years ago, but do feel I am as good as any one on a given day.

With that being said tell me what you think is an acceptable job in your eyes I'd like to know that I am on the same page as everyone else.

Thanks in advance Rodney

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Guest dnoftz
things that wont fly out of my shop

fibers of any sort

hairs larger than 1/4" that arent heated out perfectly

more than 3 specs in a general area that arent heated out

gaps of any sort

creases of any sort

How do I heat out hair or specs? I need Info on this Please

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things that wont fly out of my shop

fibers of any sort

hairs larger than 1/4" that arent heated out perfectly

more than 3 specs in a general area that arent heated out

gaps of any sort

creases of any sort

:please but I agree also with if I have been tinting all day and am tired I might let something slide that I wouldn't usually. it sucks to say but I am pickier than most of my customers so most of the time they are still satisfied.

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now granted I am 45 years old and cant keep up quite as well as I could 10 years ago, but do feel I am as good as any one on a given day.

I ain't as god as I once was. But I can be good, once, as I ever was.

Just made me think of that Toby Keith song... :krazy

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As I am not a tinter, I am trying to understand this from your comments -

When asking about dirt/fibers - I was told that there will ALWAYS be small pieces of dirt etc as it is in the water etc and it is impossible to not have something somewhere - so the next statement was - go look at my truck even I as the owner have small specs under my tint just have to accept it - is this correct? Again this is my question as a consumer trying to understand if that is indeed normal and something we need to accept.

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Like ed said, "There is no perfect tint job... Theres almost perfect.... You may think its perfect... But Im sure someone some where will be able to point out some inperfection somewhere some how with any tint job done in the world...."

However, things can be done to minimize the appearance of flaws ect.

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