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how many people shave on roll up windows? do you charge your customers more? if so, how much do you normally charge more?

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its a standard package... no additional charge... also no less charge if the customer does not want it... its like saying "hey, I'm doing you a favor here"

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Every exposed edge gets shaved/filed

No we don't charge extra.. professional installation is all inclusive in our price :dunno

:lol2 Every car you tint becomes a business card for you! I point out to customers how we shave frameless windows and that it's not something practiced by most shops! Anything work related that makes you stand out from your competitors is a bonus in the long run!!

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Every exposed edge gets shaved/filed

No we don't charge extra.. professional installation is all inclusive in our price :lol

:lol Every car you tint becomes a business card for you! I point out to customers how we shave frameless windows and that it's not something practiced by most shops! Anything work related that makes you stand out from your competitors is a bonus in the long run!!

:nope TA you are right on! We shave all work at our shop. I tell my students to use shaved edges as a sales tool setting them apart from rest. I think using a exacto with a #11 blade that has been rubbed on cement to wear it down works best and gives the best results. Butttttttttt thats because it works best for ME :lol2 I know people who use the same knife but with a new blade for every window, then we start into people with files :dunno Lots of ways to leave a shaved edge and make your work look better IMO

HERE is some video :nope on what I have to say about it from my website.

Cheers

Mr. Rogers

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