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by jhickman1
January 9th, 2013, 2:29 pm
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Re: Newbie

Welcome to the forum, David. Good luck to you and your new business. I know exactly what you mean about wanting everything to be "just right" before you get into th publics eye. I am the same way also but sometimes we need a push and an empty stomach may just be what it takes. Please dont take that ...
by Brent Deines
January 9th, 2013, 3:46 pm
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Re: Newbie

Well said! Many of us in this industry achieved success because of a do or die situation we were in when we got started. Necessity is the best motivator! Welcome David, I hope your success surpasses your wildest dreams.
by candyman
January 11th, 2013, 2:32 am
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Re: Newbie

Good morning. My son is a single dad in San Diego attending college full time and has a 30 month old daughter. He is having a tough time at the moment, the same as you. He choose another route instead of learning the WSR & HLR skills I offered to train him. Now that his options are limited he is now...
by Kgobin
February 3rd, 2013, 4:51 am
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Re: Sample Invoice

Sorry for the delay but its been emailed to you.
by Mr Bill
February 10th, 2013, 4:46 pm
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Re: Pit Polish

If you want your repair to be even less visible and harder to find; use pit polish.
A thirty second shine with pit polish and a paper towel works great.
A five second shine with pit polish and a polishing wheel will achieve the same results.
by Nomad
February 10th, 2013, 8:45 pm
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Re: Pit Polish

Most of the time I use a polishing wheel on the end of a dremel. I find that it impresses the client, you have a tool for that that others don't have. Lots of techs don't even fill the pit, much less do any polishing, so this will make you look like a real professional. In reality I don't think it m...
by candyman
February 11th, 2013, 4:00 am
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Re: Pit Polish

I use the pit polish with my finger and a soft fiber rag the majority of the time. I also have a polishing wheel for my dremel that I use on certain repairs. I also will use a shop towel at times. I agree with the other post. It gives the blemish a better appearance, less noticeable
by Glasseye
February 11th, 2013, 6:37 am
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Re: Pit Polish

Pit polish,as well as giving that final professional finish to a repair is important to use in the wiper sweep area to reduce friction between the wiper blade and the surface ensuring the surface of the repair lasts longer.
by sunshine wr
February 17th, 2013, 11:40 am
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Re: Cloudy Finish Help

be sure that your razor doesn't chatter across the resin
by GlassStarz
February 17th, 2013, 11:06 am
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Re: Cloudy Finish Help

Two ways to solve your problem. Pit polish on well cured resin or place a small drop on it and a tab cure and remove if you did it the right amount it will be ok takes some practice to do it this way. The easiest is polish :D