IPATinting

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    Hilton Head South Carolina
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  1. Hey everybody I’m selling my plotter and computer with TinTek 20/20 window film cutting software. Owned for around a year now. Great setup, just trying to downsize a bit. Plotter is like new. Computer is old and slow, but already has the software on it. Software works great, has about a month before next payment must be made. Asking 3600 or best offer,
  2. I’m using qdp as well guess I just need some practice to get it down, thanks
  3. Hey guys, been top loading for 3 years now, started to bottom load for cleaner and more professional installs. I played around with it a while ago. Something I noticed is that when handling the film without touching (cradling film) there tend to be a few small pinches in the film when dropping it in. On the other hand, if I grab the film in the top corners when dropping it, I can get pinch free install. For those that don’t touch the film, are pinches just a normal “thing” that comes with bottom loading? Thanks guys
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  5. This is mine, it was a little more than $160, but it was worth the money and labor.
  6. I believe I was having a similar problem a while ago. I was shrinking my film with a worn out silver smart card and it was scratching deep on the release liner leaving scratch imprints in the glue. This could be what you are seeing. Just my two cents
  7. Boys and girls, were back in the tint game in a new garage in a new city. Y’all meet Tiger Tintz, LLC. First truck out of the new shop today. Great to be back.
  8. Turned 19 today, man does time fly when you take a look back
  9. I’ve heard that in situations like this, the best way to remove the coating is to install the film, let it dry, remove it, and reinstall a new film. The first installation and then removal should help remove the coating.
  10. Being a carpenter comes in handy when you gotta build some badass glass boards, hoping to have all finished up and painted by Monday
  11. I’m back everybody and all my tint stuff is in the soon-to-be shop here in Clemson at our lake house. While I am up here, I’m looking to expand my business now including ppf. Looking to just start out with a basic film and was considering 3m scichguard. Have a few quick questions though? Do you guys buff areas where film will be applied to remove scratches? If so what compound do you use and do you use wax underneath the film? What about cleaning? Is it like tint where you spray your solution (spider spit made by tint slime in my case) and squeegee it off? Just kinda confused although i had a lot to figure out when I first learned tint. Anyways thanks guys good to be back in the tint world.
  12. no way they did this and turned out good without shrinking, I remember this windshield was a pain in the ass for me
  13. Haha yessir great point, just gonna sit down and have a talk with the old man, I know he probably knows I can do it, but probably doesn’t see me making a living off of tint which I don’t know why, anyways we’ll see what he has to say.