Felixbiel

Member
  • Content Count

    599
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Felixbiel

  • Rank
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Age
    32
  • Experience
    7
  • Location
    Plano, TX
  • Country
    United States

Recent Profile Visitors

2,683 profile views
  1. I haven't personally tried it, but stands to reason it should.
  2. Learned this from watching vinyl installers. When sticking lettering or logos they will torch the glass to get rid of Rainx or products like it. Works just the same on the inside.
  3. When spray the glass with the slip solutions does it just bead up like a waxed surface? If so, you can lightly torch the inside surface and it will burn off whatever is on there. Once done the slip solution should spread and stay on surface without beading up.
  4. I have done my last three phones, but they are all water resistant or proof (iPhone and Android). The only issue I have now is the beveled screen edge either gets slowly pushed back from phone case and/or side buttons.
  5. Felixbiel

    Felixbiel

  6. Have been using CS for about year and a half (not a great indicator of longevity) and is pretty much same as XR just without the IR targeting. No problems yet with peeling fading etc. in Texas, but it is a short sample period.
  7. I second and third what everyone has said. Great films but terrible customer service and they just don't seem to care that they suck.
  8. How long ago was it tinted? Looks like their still water bubbles drying out. One around exhibit A and two more towards lower left. Shouldn't be there after six months but maybe something to do with camera.
  9. They were one of the test run shops, which I think has been going on for a year. Great shop from what I here.
  10. Have done several so far and always take the door panels off. There is the three torx behind the inner handle, plastic clips all the way around, and metal clips along the door sweep. the last clip on the door sweep towards the back of the window is tough to get released but will with a little moving around of the door panel.