Jake

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  2. I have done a handful also. I have a small piece of a clear max cut and taped to a bone toll for a squeegee. Its like doing the Golf front quarter glass. They suck!
  3. Turn up the heat in the building. Or place space heaters in front of the windows. Maybe. Just a thought.
  4. Good on you. That's inspiring.
  5. This is true in some states that have annual safety inspections. Utah was one of them. You would 100% fail with the brake light covered.Now they got rid of safety inspections so we cover them now. Oh ya, that tint job looks no bueno.
  6. Gloss film will turn the paint to a gloss look.
  7. I think @Midtown Houston has one. Maybe he can lead you in the right direction?
  8. When we talk about scratch coat it will more then likely be referring to tools scratching it during installation.
  9. Does it do it with the blade out? I have seen this when the bearing in the blade goes out. The blade can't spin so it just grabs the film and bunches it up.
  10. No it was always sh!t. haha
  11. Warranty is a interesting issue. I wonder if techs would need to be trained to do in house warranty's .
  12. WOW! That is beautiful and unique. Very nice
  13. When i built my basement out I did frost on the shower doors. I had the doors off and mixed them up and did one inside and one outside. It's been about 4 years now with out issue. But I would say the outside is a better option.
  14. I feel to be able to do this at the factory level it will need to be dumbed down quite a bit. Meaning the installs will have to be able to be installed by a "worker" not a craftsman. They will not be able to risk peel up after the car ships, so it will more then likely not even be close to the edges. Also any complex curves/areas will have many relief cut and different pieces to accommodate ease and speed of install. It will take business from the aftermarket that's for sure, but it will also make our installs seem that much better to the customer.. I'm sure PPF manufactures will put a spin on it and say how it is beneficial for us and say it will bring a new awareness to the product... I could also see it blowing up in Auto manufactures face, becoming more of a headache then its worth and, will not be a option for long.