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Hey everyone I saw this site on a video and I wanted to get some tips because I own a mobile detailing business and I was looking for ways to grow and expand so I decided why not add mobile tinting to my list of things I can do. I am only 16 years old so I do not have a ton of money to invest into getting started but I also do not want to cheap out on bad film and products. Does anyone have any suggestions on where I can get film that is good but also not costing a fortune? Also, what type of film should I be looking at most when first starting... dyed, carbon, ceramic, etc.? How many different percentages should I get? Ive been watching numerous videos on these topics but none of them seem to answer my questions.

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express for film, get the hp in 40x50 if needed to save a $ stick to trucks for a while. Learn on cheap old cars watch videos, @flat rock stan has dvd’s for a price. What we do, especially auto can be hard to pickup, and you expose yourself to damaging a customer’s vehicle in new and creative ways. Be careful, research before you take on a job. Good luck.

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The best value for $ is the Global HP from express imo. It is easy to shrink and handles great when installing. 20% is usually the most requested flavor. Find some older Honda's and pickups to practice on. Good luck and welcome to the industry.

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Hi 

 

I'd like to introduce my products to you.  We have Ceramic and Carbon lines and they are very cost effective and easy to install and remove.  I believe it is one of the best film options for you to consider.  I can send you samples of both lines and it is free of charge.  We also provide a lifetime warranty so you will be well covered.  

Please feel free to contact me via email, sales@americafilminc,.com for more information.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thanks.

 

Andrew.

 

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