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I just sent TD a copy of a short worm culture zine/book. Send him an email if y'all want a copy.
I put it together while I was exploring a sales product a few years ago. Still in draft form, probably has a few typos but y'all are welcome to a copy.
Heard a bunch of ruckus outside, looks like the turkeys and the geese are having a standoff in the yard today!
If you are getting debris visible from the outside while installing something is wrong. Perhaps better lighting in the shop because you can usually tell right away unless it's very small. Plus since there is some degree of contamination in every job, it should be inspected and any dust pressed down to make it invisible before it leaves the shop.
Hi. I was wondering if 5% tint on a car should be a two person job because it is so hard to see imperfections from the inside when applying dark tint like 5%. Should there be an applicator on the inside and an outside spotter to see the imperfections as it is applied?
I had xpel xr+ installed and noted a defect in the tint (looked like a pencil eraser sized rough area) and shop said they would remove and replace. I’m wondering if the removal and replacement is going to lead to a worse end result (e.g. left over residue from first tint) and I should just live with the defect. Thoughts?