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  1. I currently work at a shop where we use obsidian, crystalline and everything in between (CS/IR) I’m very familiar with these films as well as Llumar Ctx/Irx. Im looking to start tinting cars on my own time, on my days off to potentially get something going for myself. I can’t afford 3m or llumar at the moment. I’d really like to purchase Madico/Wincos film but I don’t necessarily know how I can get a hold of someone to sell me a couple rolls. Can anyone help me ? Thanks in advance!
  2. Join Our Team as a Window Tint and Paint Protection Film/Clear Bra Installer 510Customs is looking to expand our business to better serve the needs of our customers. (2) openings, Looking for motivated and dependable individuals to jump right into our newly offered service. Ideally we would like to hire a team lead and an installer - bring your buddy! Team member will be responsible for helping start and develop the new division, and ideally grow into a managerial role and lead a team.1+ years experience with either tint and clear bra installation Ability to keep track of inventory/supply and give recommendations on new equipment, materials, tools, etc Ability to work 40 hours/week Monday-Friday with competitive wages Let us know if you would like more info by emailing or Call us 510-224-2365
  3. I'm a Sales and Film Tech here at Rayno Window Film's Distribution Center in Orange, CA. Just wanted to reach out to those that might be curious about some of the things we've got going on. I've been installing film for 31 years and have been around the block once or twice. I just can't be fooled by a cheap imitation. I personally was blown away by this product and suggest that anyone who cares at all about film performance, and/or their bottom line, should at least take a closer look at Rayno's Phantom. We're talking cutting edge, patented technology you won't find anywhere else. Feel free to contact me for sample roll. 714-771-3456-office, or text me anytime @ 949-201-6083.r more info and a free
  4. To continue with the spirit of giving to the faithful members of Tint Dude, we thought it no better a time to Giveaway something that everyone can use. This month we are going to give away film from our ever popular FXtreme2 Series Nano-Ceramic window film. This window film is one of the Top Performing Nano-Ceramic window films in the industry and is a great compliment to any vehicle that is demanding looks and performance!! This raffle/giveaway will run for the entire month of February ending on the 28th at Midnight Pacific Time. The rules are simple; open to All members of TintDude (excluding mannies or representatives), every post you make constitutes an entry, Back to Back posts will be excluded, the more you post the more chances to win. Winner will be selected the morning of March 1st, 2017 via Now for what you will win!! (2) 60"x100' rolls of SolarFX FXtreme2 Nano-Ceramic Window film 5%, 20%, 30%, 35%, 40%, 45%, 50%, 70% (1) Original Black Feel the FX Black Tshirt (1) New SolarFX Moisture Wicking Sport Shirt (1) Choose one hat, from Sn@pBack or Tactical style (1) 3'x8' Outside Window Tinting Banner (1) 24"x36" SolarFX Wall poster (3) Cans of our SolarFX Tint Safe Foaming Glass Cleaner (3) Cans of our SolarFX TintFuel regular flavor Energy Drink (3) Cans of our SolarFX TintFuel sugar free flavor Energy Drink Free Shipping in the continental USA. Good luck to everyone and Happy Posting!!!! Shawn
  5. Solar Gard Ultra Performance Tint installed on a 2015 Q60 Coupe. Find them at Front: 30% Rear: 20% Back: 20% Material?? Have no idea. Shop says ceramic, Solar Gard says not ceramic. Clarity? Pretty bad! Especially in direct sunlight... See the haze? And these are just photos. Imagine how bad it is in real life! Tint has been installed for about 1 month now. Here is another shot at around 3pm... Truck blocking the sun. Not to much hazing. This is what they call "Ultra Performance offers industry leading film clarity for unaltered visibility and safe driving." And I cleaned the windows on both side today. For the price I paid: $460 installed. Compared to other Ceramics I've dealt with, this Ultra Performance line is a huge disappointment. Definitely not worth what I paid for it. I wouldn't even have it on my car if it was free. The haze effect you get during the day is annoying! Out of 5 stars. I give the tint itself a 1 out of 5. And if you look at the photos, you too would have to agree. Stay away from the Ultra Performance tints! It's garbage.
  6. Ceramic being the new buzzword these days, has created a lot of misinformation in the AUTOMOTIVE tint world. Should we really be selling the new nanotechnology films as quote "ceramic"?? There are all kinds of new ways to create a window film with amazing properties of heat rejection/absorption, along with durability and optical clarity. Not all of these films that perform in this way are actually a ceramic. While there are ceramics involved and the properties of ceramics help make these new films perform well; the word "ceramic" has kinda gotten out of hand. IMO Not every customer is a candidate for ceramic film. My question is: Is there another way we can market these high performing films without using the term ceramic? Can we figure out a way to market and sell film on performance alone? Or at least figure out a new terminology that doesn't create so much confusion among the general public. The problem I see: Sellers are uneducated on their products and mislead the buyers by not offering the proper information about the film they are selling. Hence the buyers calling asking about the clear film that blocks 97% of the heat? The solution: I have no idea