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2019-04-21 09:47 posted in Window Cleaning
First,fill the bucket with half full of cold water or slightly warm water. Spill a hand full of washing liquid or detergent according to what is available or you can apply the onto the wet washer.Second, rub the washer or wet mop onto the glass window.Make sure you do it well enough to remove the dirt off.After that scrape any marks off with the scrapper.A warning you should pass the blade in the forward movement only to avoid bringing back dirt. Now use the Car Window Tint Squeegee while holding the handle in your right hand make sure your thumb is half way between the top and side.Make sure you put it on the glass with an angle of about 45 degrees inclined,while you are doing this apply the correct amount of pressure.It is really simple once you are doing it you will notice that. After doing all that you can clean off all the water on the glass with the The Scrubber Sure Hand squeegee.Starting from the top left all the way down and don’t forgot the edges.This is very easy anybody can do it .At this stage the rag comes into use.Use the rag to dry the edges and use it while it is stiff dry.Using rag wipe any split water on the window and the floor. This is the last stage where you check for any marks that did not come off.In case of any marking use a small part of the rag to rub it off.
Wow, I think your window will be done and looking amazing and clean!
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2019-03-12 10:37 posted in Tinting Tips
A set of magnetic signs for your vehicle can be amazingly helpful for Finding, designing, and purchasing the perfect magnetic sign really is not so difficult if you follow a few simple steps in the designing and ordering process. Here are a few tips:
1) Check the door
Check to see if a refrigerator magnet will stick to the door. If not, the door is made of fiberglass and unable to hold a magnetic car sign. Try vinyl decals instead.
2) Keep It Simple
Often customers think that the more information they put on their car door magnets, the better. This is almost never the case. The best way to get your message across is to keep it simple. Your company name, phone number, and website, along with one or two services provided are plenty of information for someone to read on a moving vehicle.
3) Full Color Graphics
It is important to remember that potential clients have an extremely limited amount of time to read the information: about four seconds. High quality, full color graphics should take the place of listing all your services on your magnets. Full color attracts attention that one and two color auto magnets no longer receive. For example: A landscaping company does not need to list mowing, pruning, gardening, etc. on black and white vehicle magnets. It looks boring, and most customers won't have time to read all of the listed services anyway. Instead, try a visual image such as beautiful garden, yard, or even a lawnmower that quickly tells a customer what you do without putting it into words. If you don't have access to high quality images, keep in mind that The Color Spot offers free templates.
4) File Size
That image that looks great on your business card might not look so good when enlarged to fit a car magnet. Unless you have a high resolution photo or your logo/image is in vector format, your file may become pixilated or distorted when enlarged. To find out, zoom in on your file 200%-800%. If the image doesn't look good, then it's not going to look good printed larger on a magnetic sign.
5) Measure Your Door
Car magnets come in a few standard sizes to fit most any vehicle. However, it's better to measure your door before ordering to avoid getting door magnets that do not fit. Also, take into consideration any bevels and body molding. Your car door may be large enough but if there is auto molding across the middle of the door you're not going to be able to use the entire space.
6) Be Aware of Your Options
If you want something that is more permanent, then magnetic signs may not right for you. There are numerous other options for automobile advertising; try rear window graphics, static cling, vinyl decals, or vinyl lettering to name a few. Let The Color Spot assist you in choosing the perfect product for your auto advertising needs.
2019-01-10 10:26 posted in About Sprayer
How to Pick the Right Sprayer:
Sprayers with 25 feet or more of flexible hose or a long extension cord are best for jobs that require distance, like painting a fence. An extension cord makes cleanup even easier at the end of the job.
If you need to carry your paint supply a long distance, consider a unit with wheels or a backpack.
Determine your paint capacity and how often you’ll need to refill. You might opt for a larger hopper or a unit that draws straight from the can.
Think about cleanup and whether you want a unit that comes apart for easy cleaning. Smooth interior surfaces and units that draw from the can make cleaning easier, too.
Consider an adjustable pressure control with high, low, cleaning, or roller settings to help extend the life of your spray tips.
Check how loud the sprayer is when operating.
A sprayer that takes tip extensions is great for high ceilings, foyers, and hard-to-reach spaces.
Make sure replacement parts are available.
Ask if there are digital how-to manuals, online resources, or support lines for your product.
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2018-11-18 10:09 posted in Window Tinting
Applications for small or large vinyl decals:
process for small decals (under 15 inches):
process for large decals (larger than 15 inches):
For large decals (larger than 15 inches) the process is slightly more involved. We recommend doing this with two or more people for extra-large decals.
- Before applying make sure your printing surface is clean and dry to the touch.
- Lay your decal face up on a table or flat surface. Press firmly on the squeegee and run it across your entire decal. This helps ensure that the decal sticks to the transfer paper.
- We recommend using masking tape to mark where you want to apply your decal. You can use a level to make sure it is even.
- Pick up your design from the top corners. Carefully line your design up with your tape guides. Stick the exposed 2 inches of your decal to the wall.
- Peel the transfer sheet off of the material.
- Use tape to secure the top of your transfer paper to the surface.
- Using your squeegee smooth out the 1-2 inches that are exposed to your surface.
- Begin slowly pulling down the backing paper. As you go, use your squeegee to press your decal to the surface and remove any bubbles. Continue this until the backing paper is removed completely. If you make a mistake, gently peel the decal off the wall and reposition it.
- Once the backing is removed, go over your entire design with your squeegee pressing firmly. This will help secure your decal to your surface.
- Use tape to secure the top of your transfer paper to the surface.
- Choose a corner and begin to peel back the clear transfer paper. Keep it flat against your design as you remove it. Go slow! If you peel to quickly you may stretch out your decal. Make sure that your designs are sticking flat to the wall and not to the transfer paper. If any part is staying on the transfer paper, use your squeegee to press it to the wall and try again. Continue until the transfer paper is removed entirely.
- Use your squeegee to smooth out any final bubbles or creases
2018-08-11 11:06 posted in Car Care
Known as acid rain, spotting or discoloration, this kind of problem is characterized by irregularly shaped etching, discoloration or pitting that appears on your car’s paint film.
When damaging natural contaminants like tree sap, acid raid, road tar and bird droppings, among others, stick to the surface of your car for a long period of time, a chemical change happens and will cause staining or chemical etching.
You can mend this kind of blemish by washing your car with hot water and soap, rinsing it and then drying it thoroughly. You can also do some solvent cleaning using the proper surface cleaner. You can also wash your car using a solution of baking soda and water before rinsing it well. The appropriate mixture for this solution is one tablespoon of baking soda dissolved in every quart of water. If washing will not suffice, you can compound the blemished surface and polish it after so its gloss will be restored. If polishing does not work, you can wet sand the problem area with 1500-2000 grit sandpaper before doing the compounding and polishing process. Should refinishing be needed, you must sand the blemished area with the right sandpaper and wash it with the baking soda solution before you finally refinish. In severe chemical etching cases, you must remove the finish right up to the bare metal of your car’s surface.
Always remove harmful contaminants that can be dissolved by water through regular washing with the use of clear water and detergent. You should also wax or polish your car occasionally. As much as possible, do not park near factories that may releases chemical byproducts into the air. You should also refrain from parking under electrical wires where your car may be subjected to bird droppings or under trees where it may get contaminated with tree sap.During your car’s refinishing process, it is also best if you will make use of an acrylic urethane basecoat and clearcoat system so your car will be given maximum protection from chemical or natural elements.It is imperative for you to take note as well that when you are buffing or sanding a basecoat and clearcoat finish, you should see to it that the clearcoat film’s thickness should be at least 2 mils as this helps sustain proper protection against the ultraviolet rays of the sun. Should mending a blemished area result in the removal of more than .5 mils of clearcoat, refinishing is definitely advised.
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