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Post by njbeasst » May 31st, 2018, 4:08 pm

I just ordered my toolkit. I am very excited to start my own business. :D

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Post by kennycrane » June 1st, 2018, 1:30 pm

It is a wonderful thing having your own business. Starting my windshield repair adventure has been the best business move that I have ever made. I meet a lot of people, and it has never let me down. About 5 years ago I started installing auto glass but only because I had started out with windshield repair. Delta is a good choice and they will not disappoint you either. Get there training if you can, and practice a lot. I wish you the Best in your new endeavor.
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Post by KCBen » June 1st, 2018, 6:05 pm

Hello from Austin Texas. I don’t have any experience except for the 10 or so practice runs on my practice windshield but what I learned just now!!! don’t be cheap I was being very greedy with my resin and the legs on my combination breaks weren’t filling like I would like them to. This last time I just squeezed the dropper got some resin and put it in the injector wow the crack started to fill nicely. Good times.

Good luck have fun.

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Re: New to this

Post by screenman » June 2nd, 2018, 7:37 am

Use the mirror to look back up inside the injector, if you can see an air bubble in there you need a bit more resin.
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