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If your not utilizing window sample cards/pages during your sell of FG, you're losing out. I have noticed that since I started using them about a year and a half ago, Quote acceptance has quadrupled. No more tint sample books or hand cut samples. People want to see a sample window page with all the facts/specs along side the sample. Looks pretty too... Everyone using these or still doing the hand cut samples and/or sample books?


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I see that the photo of these are made by Johnson window films does anyone else do them ? As im from the uk I use Bonwykes products.I send a spec sheet with a sample piece of tint and will also put a sample piece on a window if they are not sure what it looks like.

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Been using them since day 1.

That and I'll tint a pane if they still aren't sure and wanna see what it looks like installed.

I take out the biggest piece of scrap I got and use that for tint. normally 24" is the biggest scrap I got

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I've used scraps b4 too.......... only problem is if they dont cover the entire glass.. then you have part that is tinted, part isn't and can make the difference appear greater then it really is.

I'm always amazed when I do an est. where they had another company come out... and all they left was a quote. No film samples.. not details as to what film would be used.... just lite med. dark. like - wtf?

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I have terrible luck without them, sometimes I leave them with customers and run out of samples. The book of samples is really tough to use bc you spend all that time fumbling with it.

Id love to have some meters to show exactly what the film can do. I might do that soon.

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