drtint

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  1. I seen that too. He is only surviving on fishing in new customers until they all come back with rework and drop his film
  2. Dry or wet shrink? We do a lot of these. Try anchoring closer to the top and you have less to shrink
  3. Sounds like adhesive failure from a two ply film. Don’t know without pics Cheers
  4. Keep seeing Porsche mentioned. Is this a pickup and a diamond plate tool box? a number of factors here. There are grit paints done at factory and flake after time..... we need more info. year make model cheers
  5. Is that max pro film? Horrible material what ever it is. I believe if you want the installer to replace, shouldn’t be an issue. I believe this is a material issue due to clarity cheers
  6. Agree with Jeff if I were in Texas. I installed in Vegas for a number of years and one day installs were standard but when you get near St. Louis or up in the Chicago with 10 below, the vehicle needs to sit a couple days. Frozen snow and rain are a shops nightmare Cheers
  7. drtint

    2017 civic hatchback

    Buy the glass. It’s 140 and you always have it, in the mean time use it for a display Cheers
  8. Vividd is a nice product for taillights. Done a number of them can’t say anything about putting it on headlights I have only used Laminex for those as well as xpell
  9. No compressor necessary. Prior to install, you need to visualize the air movement and impact zone as that particular vehicle would be moving down the road (as a wind tunnel demonstration) and what will be the affects. That particular install was plotted and prolly not setting for a couple days afterwards. Sometimes you have to bulk install as you would a tint on a vehicle without software patterns. Plotters are amazing but not always the best way to go. Cheers
  10. Yes. Have installed it on a number of vehicles. Even installed it 10 years ago on my Audi wagon and is doing great Cheers
  11. Actually give those small ones a little sun time and pull them to the side and you should be fine.
  12. Dot of black touch up paint and you will never know it was there. As Roach told you, it will be fine....watch where you put your pole next time. Cheers
  13. Been using this one for years along with the blue for shrinking only, heat doesn’t affect it. Cheers
  14. https://www.decorativefilm.com/mm5/graphics/00000001/PF001-801_Spec.pdf found this, maybe it will help. Haven’t installed any of this material sounds like a learning curve with the orientation of the material. Good luck