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  1. Custy fouls it up....... Complaint comes.... You must not have followed the directions.... Would you like to buy another kit and try again....you know.... to protect your expensive bike frame...
  2. Saw this ad come up and was astounded at the prices for the kits. If you are near a bike shop let them know of your services!!!! https://www.ridewrap.ca/products/
  3. Less slip is best . Just enough to position . Eat your Wheaties before installation . SLOW DOWN !!!! Pretend its your job to remove ALL the water/slip solution !! Oh wait ...IT IS YOUR JOB!! The faster you go, the more "hydro planing " happens leaving slip solution behind. Use a solid blue blade squeegee no more than 6" wide . HORIZONTAL PASSES ONLY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Vertical passes leave trails water will follow causing blisters. Horizontal leaves no place for water to flow. Water pressure at any depth is the same in a slip trail , fish tank or the lake. It will push the film off the glass!! For easy alignment of your squeegee passes ,line up handle with the division between wet and dry from your last pass. Be sure to "snowplow "at about 10° steering slip solution down the glass with each pass.
  4. Getting in good with all the local contractors as the ""I know a quy" guy will be the best place to be if you want to go all deco. I hope you are already good at reading plans. Bidding on new construction will be a good place to find the work. Do you already have a plotter ?
  5. Please post pics of the offense so we can better evaluate what the issue is
  6. Not sure why Reddit links look messed up . I thought the folks here could appreciate the absolute foolishness...
  7. Start with Dave Ramseys Entre Leadership https://www.entreleadership.com/
  8. All of the advice above is on point. Be very clear to the client regarding quality expectations. Go over with them about the much higher attention to detail required. Let them know why the price will reflect your efforts.
  9. This is why a quote should include a "this quote good for 60 days " clause.
  10. I'm wondering if the debris found may be lanolin deposits from your use of baby shampoo that is coating the inside of the sprayer. My other not so likely suspect is mineral deposits from the water. Try a new sprayer out using distilled water and Tintslime. Works like baby shampoo without the baby shampoo shmoo. http://www.tintslime.com/our-products.html
  11. What @Whyme said Looks like fibres and a crease in your blurry photo. Quite often a short piece of blue tape near the issue will help the camera focus.
  12. I guess no one told him about the liner on the adhesive