Watch the GP101 Training Video with Tony GP
Price: Prices that installers charge can vary widely - some charge as low as $79 for a windshield, others more than $300. For a full car (windshield, side windows, rear windshield), $150 - $500+. Non-vehicle applications are usually priced at about $5-$10 per square foot.
Bundles: Our most successful installers bundle a GP Windshield Treatment or All Glass Treatment with their standard exterior detailing packages or Ceramic Coating services.
Service Menu's: Add GlassParency Glass Treatment everywhere you advertise the services that you offer - your website, shop signage, printed menu's, etc.
After watching the Installation Video, we recommend doing a practice install of the GP Glass Treatment on your personal vehicle to familiarize yourself with the application process and experience the benefits for yourself before doing a customer installation.
Use everything included in your starter kit and be sure to re-order marketing materials when you're running low!
Brick & Mortar Detailer: If you have a shop, hang up the Authorized Installer banner and place the demo shaker jar and brochures in the waiting area, hang your posters, hang your Authorized Installer Certificate.
Mobile Detailer: If you're mobile, have the brochures and demo shaker jar readily available to show customers. Place the Authorized Installer Window Sticker in a prominent place on your mobile detailing vehicle.
Use the GP Marketing Hub: we've invested in creating awesome videos and photography that you can use to promote the benefits of a GlassParency Glass Treatment on Instagram, Facebook, your website, or anywhere else you communicate with potential customers.
It varies widely - we have shops charging from $70 to $500 depending on whether it's a windshield treatment or an entire car (front/rear windshields, side windows, etc.) Your market and client needs will dictate your pricing.
Many of our customers also use a GP Glass Treatment as a complimentary sales tool to close the deal on a bigger service.
There are a few causes for this
- Chemical was left on the glass too long
- Glass was too hot/cold during application
- Residual chemical was not removed during initial application
To fix the haze, there are several steps you can take.
1) Remove residual chemical: Spray cold water on the glass and wipe with a clean microfiber towel/aloe-free paper towel OR soak a microfiber towel in cold water and wipe the glass to remove residual chemical
2) Spray alcohol-based glass cleaner: clean the glass using an alcohol-based, ammonia free glass cleaner and repeat Step 1.
3) Polish the glass: if the haze still has not been removed, you may have to use a machine polisher with a pad for glass polishing to buff down the haze.
A windshield application should take no more than 10 minutes.
Our most successful shops bundle GlassParency with the other services they offer or use it as a complimentary sales tool to upsell bigger ticket services, such as a paint correction and ceramic coating.
In addition to the selling tools availabile in the Marketing Hub, GlassParency has a secured Facebook page to share best practices and ideas.
No, GlassParency instantly cures and customers can drive away immediately.
Yes, so long as its not in direct sunlight and between temperatures of 45 – 85 degrees ( glass may be hotter or cooler then actual air temperature).
Outside of our amazing shop portal, you can call us at 844-231-1110 or schedule GoTo meetings anytime with your account manager.
By simply remitting a warranty on behalf of the customer, GlassParency will send quarterly reminders via email and text on how to maintain their windshield. In doing so, we brand your shops name and phone number keeping your business in the forefront of your customers for years to come.
Visit the the Glass Care & Treatment section of the GlassParency Garage any time to place an order online or call us at (844)231-1110 to speak with an account manager and build an order over the phone.
No, GlassParency is chemically engineered to react to silicon dioxide (sand) which is the primary component in glass. We would suggest treating glass before you apply a paint protection product/detail so that you don’t have to clean vehicle twice.