Tint Forum - Recent Posts https://tintforum.com/community/ TintForum Discussion Board en-NZ Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:22:37 +0000 wpForo 60 RE: Exceptable instlation practice https://tintforum.com/community/main-forum/exceptable-instlation-practice/#post-39 Wed, 01 Jul 2020 02:16:26 +0000 Hi Dorian, i'm sure the installer would be happy to replace.. looks like either there was a tear at the bottom of the film line or something in the door trim has caught an ripped the film.. maybe a closer look at the window would allow us to make a educated decision on the fault at hand.

Michael De Jong https://tintforum.com/community/main-forum/exceptable-instlation-practice/#post-39
Exceptable instlation practice https://tintforum.com/community/main-forum/exceptable-instlation-practice/#post-38 Tue, 30 Jun 2020 01:49:54 +0000 I will let the photo tell the story........should the installer replace?

Dorian Rowse https://tintforum.com/community/main-forum/exceptable-instlation-practice/#post-38
Hey New Tint Shop Owner Here https://tintforum.com/community/tint-shop-mobile-operators/hey-new-tint-shop-owner-here/#post-37 Sat, 23 May 2020 17:16:10 +0000 Hey Everyone! I have been window tinting for a few years now! really enjoying it. decided to start my own tint shop in Odessa. Looking forward to talking with everyone and learning new things here

giovani https://tintforum.com/community/tint-shop-mobile-operators/hey-new-tint-shop-owner-here/#post-37
RE: Auckland Contractor https://tintforum.com/community/are-you-available-to-contract/auckland-contractor/#post-36 Mon, 27 Apr 2020 21:10:39 +0000 Solartint offers the expertise and ability to provide each and every client with the best possible car window tinting solution and the latest in fitting techniques to deliver a superior window tinting service.

Mobile Car Tinting Specialists for 25 years, we can help !

Call Michael on 027 213 4651 or visit our website https://solartint.nz

Michael De Jong https://tintforum.com/community/are-you-available-to-contract/auckland-contractor/#post-36
RE: Need 2 workers https://tintforum.com/community/commercial-window-tinting/need-2-workers/#post-35 Sun, 08 Mar 2020 20:17:16 +0000 The industry has a shortage of professional tinters, sometimes its easier to hire a trainee and have them go to a window tinting course. Maybe you could consider contractors ?

Michael De Jong https://tintforum.com/community/commercial-window-tinting/need-2-workers/#post-35
Need 2 workers https://tintforum.com/community/commercial-window-tinting/need-2-workers/#post-34 Sun, 08 Mar 2020 00:33:08 +0000 In Christchurch, for commercial window tints. Experienced with proper tickets? 

email: christchurch@asiapacificgroup.co.nz 

Asia Pacific https://tintforum.com/community/commercial-window-tinting/need-2-workers/#post-34
RE: Nice to meet you (newcomer) https://tintforum.com/community/spin-a-yarn-say-hi/nice-to-meet-you-newcomer/#post-33 Mon, 25 Nov 2019 19:04:20 +0000 Welcome Gendry, we all love learning new things :) 

Click on the facebook page at the bottom and join the chat 

Michael De Jong https://tintforum.com/community/spin-a-yarn-say-hi/nice-to-meet-you-newcomer/#post-33
Nice to meet you (newcomer) https://tintforum.com/community/spin-a-yarn-say-hi/nice-to-meet-you-newcomer/#post-32 Mon, 25 Nov 2019 11:30:05 +0000 Been tinting for about 13 years, look forward to bouncing a few ideas around, sure there are a few new tricks to be learnt and taught! 😀  From liverpool tinting here

Specialise in all tints, so car, home, boat, office, bathrooms and sunglasses (not)

Gendry L https://tintforum.com/community/spin-a-yarn-say-hi/nice-to-meet-you-newcomer/#post-32
RE: Removing old film is so easy https://tintforum.com/community/kiwi-ingenuity-tool-you-made-which-works-well/removing-old-film-is-so-easy/#post-31 Fri, 02 Aug 2019 04:43:52 +0000 Great for auto film stripping. Unfortunately does not work for flat glass. It just separates the layers. 

No flat glass stripping is still just muscle and patients 😓 . 

Eco Tint Silverdale https://tintforum.com/community/kiwi-ingenuity-tool-you-made-which-works-well/removing-old-film-is-so-easy/#post-31
RE: What we did to get to that window ? Tell us.. https://tintforum.com/community/health-and-safety-tarzan/what-we-did-to-get-to-that-window-tell-us/#post-30 Tue, 23 Jul 2019 07:46:13 +0000 We had an external application on a conservatory, windows were 2m long at an angle with a e-coat on inside so had to be done externally. We put our scaffolding up then had to use the ladder as a platform over the glass resting on the wall edge and aluminium joinery to be able to do the install. Was hectic ! 

Michael De Jong https://tintforum.com/community/health-and-safety-tarzan/what-we-did-to-get-to-that-window-tell-us/#post-30