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lewis7942

Hey guys, now I know it's really not ideal to be tinting cars outside but I no longer have a unit 'money issues'.

90% of the time it comes out looking great but on the odd occasion it doesn't...

I was just wondering for those of you out there that tint mobile and outside if you have any useful tips to minimize contamination.....

Like I said I know its not ideal but its got to do for now....!

thanks

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Mobile tinters are the best in the industry... I've been a mobile tinter for most of my career.But I can honestly say there is a difference when I get to control the conditions I tint under. I just tinted a 5 series bmw in my shop. I didn't need to come back to rub out any dust specks anywhere after letting the job sit for 30 minutes. The car was under 8 4' quad 6500k lights. The thing was immaculate. There is a difference tinting outside or in controlled conditions. Since I've gone both ways, I believe I have something to say about it.

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I do mobile most of the time, IMO you can do a great job outside as well as indoors

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