I was like I dropped the heat gun to grab it you know you drop something it’s instant for you – year each for it I pick it up when I grab that hot cup being part of the glaciers have some stitches I burned myself so badly it was an open wound have little pricks and stuff mostly window tinting service.
So all you people in Internet world I gave you a little history of Dave let’s go many years tear it up straight look at your ear oh yeah he’s doing up the frequencies filming and there’s how you do a brand new Corvette in minutes perfect hand cut.
If I’m correct you should be right around minutes are you what the mom new kickers could be that I’m a master window tenorist could be huh it could be that so thislittle video was an update today to show you that most cars we will come to your house do most cars within minutes but this one is one of my favorites because you can carry it in to and that perfect thank you Express customer standing right next to me.
If he wants to say something yeah the guy knocked it out really quick getting ready to inspected but I think it looks perfectlet’s see what you think after you inspect all right back when it might have been the hardest part looks like that smooth just a little water at the bottom hanging out what’s off and there.
We go it’s good so both doors have perfect edges micro-cut yep just essential let’s colorNow, we’ve all seen window tints, some good, and some bad.What are the different types of tint, and how it is installed?What techniques make window tint look good versus bad?.
And of course, what’s legal and what’s not?All those questions are going to be answered today, coming up on this episode of “Drive Clean.”This is my longtime friend Rob Citrone from Infinite Tint, who has personally installed all my tints and, more importantly, my customers’ tints.