alberts316

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  1. Stan taught me in Oct 2002 and I wouldn't recommend anyone else.
  2. I hate the taste on my squeegees. Did you use the Speed Wax tack with the hi tack or did you just hijack this thread?
  3. This needs to be on it's own thread. I'd like Norm and some of the other ppf guys to try this product. Contact Speed for a sample! This is my review I copied from the other thread. Speed Films sent me some of his tack solution and I must say it's a game changer IMO. I have used it on mirrors, headlights, superduty hoods multiple times now, edges for wrapping and a freshly resprayed bumper edge. It is NOT Probond! Far less aggressive, yet still helps out tremendously when you need a little bite on a stretch. I'm not a chemist and didn't ask about what's in it, but I know it works for ppf. I sprayed about a dime sized amount on a microfiber and wiped the areas generously, then wiped it clean with another mf towel. It comes out kinda hazy looking but wipes off without issue. Came off super easy with the mf towel on the black plastic around the mirror that I managed to touch. This stuff works well in tight corners where the film has a hard time adhering. I did a wrapped edge on a respray bumper for one of my body shop accts and wanted to see if it would peel paint like probond. Negative, it came off the edge with no issue. You can actually peel the film back after tacking without leaving a stretch mark. The superduty letters lay down on the first pass of your finger and saved me about 5 min a hood. Time is money, and I feel this is a product that saves me time. I have complimented Speed on his product and encourage anyone who's doing ppf try it out.
  4. You're asking for emails and you have not introduced yourself or your product you're pushing! That is how spamming works. We've been spammed by more than a few companies on this forum. How about just coming out in the open and not asking for emails?
  5. How about an introduction and what film you're offering? You just show up here pushing unknown product with no backstory. Help us out.
  6. Redo or put some sticker over it to save you from looking at it
  7. UPDATE- Speed Films sent me some of his tack solution and I must say it's a game changer IMO. I have used it on mirrors, headlights, superduty hoods multiple times now, edges for wrapping and a freshly resprayed bumper edge. It is NOT Probond! Far less aggressive, yet still helps out tremendously when you need a little bite on a stretch. I'm not a chemist and didn't ask about what's in it, but I know it works for ppf. I sprayed about a dime sized amount on a microfiber and wiped the areas generously, then wiped it clean with another mf towel. It comes out kinda hazy looking but wipes off without issue. Came off super easy with the mf towel on the black plastic around the mirror that I managed to touch. This stuff works well in tight corners where the film has a hard time adhering. I did a wrapped edge on a respray bumper for one of my body shop accts and wanted to see if it would peel paint like probond. Negative, it came off the edge with no issue. You can actually peel the film back after tacking without leaving a stretch mark. The superduty letters lay down on the first pass of your finger and saved me about 5 min a hood. Time is money, and I feel this is a product that saves me time. I have complimented Speed on his product and encourage anyone who's doing ppf try it out.
  8. Can you give me an example of your issues? I run CC all day everyday and run into minimal issues
  9. I'm in the opposite boat, can't find blue shop towels in stock local anywhere so went back to bounty big rolls
  10. 100% NOT what they used to be. I was bitchin just the other day about how they are complete sh!t now. Honestly they were the best in the late 90's to early 2000s and then someone did something to save money on materials and they have never been the same.
  11. Have you worked with this film? That's exactly what I would charge. F this film!
  12. yes, using any graphic design program and saving it as the desired file type.
  13. There are already some CORE patterns in trucut, 2020 4Runner pro and a ton of new porsche patterns.
  14. The issue would be cutting the security film on a plotter, not the software. Get yourself a filmhandler if you don't have one