alan does great work.. though he does take a long long long time to get back to you after you leave him a few dozen msg.. fastest way is to contact t56gen3 and have him call for you and your response is faster.Imobejoas said:t56gen3's friend Alan does a pretty good job too. You'll have to contact him for pricing.
he did mines toMrEous said:Not sure of the brand...it isn't a cheap one. He works at Tint Works and does personal jobs on the side. I'll have to get his # from Dwayne. He did my tint. No bubbles anywhere...lives off of 67.
He'll also do any darkness you want.
Yes, my family has always had their tint done at Earmark in plano. They use formula one, we always got the semi metallic and its good stuff - I recommend it but it's a little pricey. My brother's Maxima was somewhere between 200-300 (I don't remember) But it is lifetime warranty.Radioaktiv said:anyone ever had Formula One, or known anyone with it?
(supposedly the best at keeping the car temps down...which is what i need)
sexima was saying that even with the dyed purple showing they'll replace it. as part of their "lifetime warranty"t56gen3 said:Ok, u guys are driving me nuts. Once again, please be advised that unless the film is full metallic there will not be a "lifetime warranty" against fading. Dyed films fade--it's a fact of life. The only films with "lifetime warranties" against fading are full metallic. If you think you are getting a "lifetime warranty" against fading on dyed film for $100 then are greatly mistaken (what you are getting is lifetime warranty on the adhesive.) I'll be laughing after a year when ur shit is purple. ;-)
I know of no tint manufacturer that will replace dyed film under a lifetime warranty for fading. Full metal film, yes; dyed film, no. Kinda film are they using?Imobejoas said:sexima was saying that even with the dyed purple showing they'll replace it. as part of their "lifetime warranty"