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10-10-2006 08:23 PM
t.peterson great! I will contact you with more information soon.
10-10-2006 06:54 PM
clearly professional Sweet! That was easy! But...I am a man of honor.....cold beer and mirror ball....let me know how I can help. Seriously.
10-10-2006 03:04 PM
t.peterson making note to self ~ order lots of cold beer and a mirrored ball
10-10-2006 02:08 PM
clearly professional I can email but I am not ashamed to post my reply here;

The removal of scratches is not something that can be taught without the proper equipment. There are many companies who provide the equipment and the training...if i were to atytend such a seminar, I am afraid the results would be short of amazing since no one would have the right machinery to do the work.

However, there are a number of related topics we could cover in such a seminar....I would welcome the chance to do so and be with like minded peers...so long as the is a few cold beers and a mirror ball
10-09-2006 12:16 PM
t.peterson If you are open to the possibility of teaching some classes, I would like to see if you are available for some seminars that I am planning in 07. If your interested email me - [email protected]
10-09-2006 06:52 AM
clearly professional
Glass scratches

My connection w/CCU (construction clean-up) is limited now to only windows and glass but, I did CCU for some time. THAT is where I learned of the damage caused to windows and glass. As a result, I re-focused my business venture to windows only and included scratch removal.

I am writing here to attempt to educate anyone interested that this removal service is available to anyone who wants to invest time and money to learn the trade (I dont sell or offer these)...

Depending on what part of the USA you live in, there is a conaly close enough to provide you with both...training and equipment.

This additional service has the ability to provide addtional income that is tough to compete with since so very few of us do it. Currently, I remove scratches from only a small number of builders structures.

If anyone else is interested, we can chat here and move to a private arena for further info.

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