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ecoballer 09-27-2012 02:15 PM

Polishing service
 
Some of you have seen my polished etek, for those who havent the link is down below. But many have asked if i could polish their markers. So I am now offering my service to the general public.

http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/c...shed-etek.html
Prices

Dissasembly Charge : 15 (Some markers are eligble)

Each part is 10.00 u.s dollars

contact info

E-mail: s.joe96@yahoo.com
phone: 281-592-1962 calling hours of 5pm-9pm during week

Side-Swipe 09-27-2012 03:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ecoballer (Post 2487477)
Some of you have seen my polished etek, for those who havent the link is down below. Many have asked if i could polish their markers. I am now offering my service to the general public.

http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/c...shed-etek.html
Prices

Dissasembly Charge : 15 (Some markers are eligble)

Each part is 5.00 u.s dollars

contact info

E-mail: s.joe96@yahoo.com
phone: 281-592-1962 calling hours of 5pm-9pm during week

I take great pride in my work as if it where my own.

Warning
I am not reliable for any damages/lost/stolen goods.
If i do not receive payment marker will be held as collateral after 90 days it will become mine.

You are not reliable for any damages? Do you mean responsible? And that's pretty shady considering you are doing work that can mar or tarnish the look of the gun. Or you can simply ruin tolerances by overpolishing creating weird leaks or other strange occurrences. What do you mean you "take great pride in my work as if it where (?) my own" I would assume you are doing your own work? You are trying to offer services to people, but you barely took the time to spell check and proof read your sentences.

ecoballer 09-27-2012 06:00 PM

Polishing does not ruin tolerances. Everything is done by hand, all i am doing is removing the annodizing and polishing the bare metal with a shiny finish then coat it with a special coating that helps preserve the shine.

ruraldawgs 09-27-2012 06:28 PM

I have to agree side-swipe... you have to guarantee your work. Most businesses do.

ApoC_101 09-27-2012 06:37 PM

Any great anodizer offers polishing (and re-anodizing after, not some coating that comes off), also they guarantee their work.

Also, how can you possibly polish say, receivers, by hand, for 5 dollars a piece... and not get completely disgruntled and worn out? it takes a ton of work to rip off anodize manually and polish it... and for what? A finish that will tarnish once the wax coating you put on it, comes off from regular use.

ecoballer 09-27-2012 07:56 PM

You guys want to re write my ad for me?

ruraldawgs 09-27-2012 08:03 PM

No, we will let your add speak for itself. The business you receive will be a (in)direct impact of your advertising.

Honestly I think everyone who has commented is just trying to help you out. Ask anyone in advertising/small biz... criticism is good, listen to your customers when they complain or compliment...

Side-Swipe 10-01-2012 02:58 AM

I love how marker disassembly the seemingly simpler task is 15 and the polishing the more difficult task is only 5 a piece. But do what you will, but you don't see McDonald's saying "Com eat dem good brugers but if you get sick not our fault." (errors are on purpose)

ecoballer 10-01-2012 01:00 PM

Polishing is not difficult for me.

dragon1291 10-02-2012 07:20 PM

How do you go about polishing the marker? What chemicals do you use in your process? How do you go about removing the anno?

Things that should be answered before you can expect anyone to trust you and send their marker in to you.


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