The truth about iPod Touch 4 digitizer adhesive kits!

Hello all- I wanted to post this blog to clarify a few items about our exclusive iPod 4 adhesive kits. We are the only repair company in the world that is using the proper adhesives to adhere the new screen into the iPod Touch 4 frame. Most companies are using GLUE which can seep into the wrong places and further ruin parts – something that inferior repair center might do. Be careful out there!

We provide adhesive kits with our iPod Touch 4 digitizer replacement panels and we use them when we install a new glass panel into your iPod Touch 4. It’s nothing new. Here’s a peek at our kits: Mission Repair’s iPod Touch 4 Adhesive Kits!

Here’s a shot of the exclusive Mission Repair adhesives (Mission Repair adhesives are simply amazing).

Our adhesive kits are laser cut. Any adhesives that are “rotary die cut” allows for a pretty good cut, but not nearly as precise as the laser cutting. The amazing part about our adhesive kits is the material that we use – it’s our secret – but it out performs glue and other cheap overseas adhesives every time. We have installed over 20,000 adhesives in customer units and we’ve also sold our adhesives to repair centers all over the country.

The fact is that if the unit ever needs to be worked on again, we can separate the adhesive from the frame and get back inside the device and even re-use the glass – you won’t be able to do this with a “glued” in glass- it will crack and shatter the second you try to remove it. This is an advantage that you can only get from the Mission Repair adhesives which is small for you our customer, but huge for the technicians that work on the devices. Trust me on this one!

Hey everyone have a great weekend, but remember to think about the repairs that you’re getting from other sites on the ‘net. Don’t be afraid to ask a few questions – or call us at 866-638-8402 and ask us, we have nothing to hide!

Take care, Ryan

We’re firing up the Deuce tomorrow!

Hello all, are you going to the Maple Leaf Festival in Baldwin City, Kansas tomorrow morning? I hope to see you there! We “own” this parade, Mission Repair is on a Mission! 😉

Just look for us in the Deuce rocking out to some oldies as we cruise the parade route handing out all kinds of new goodies with some special surprises. Look for our crew in the camouflage that would LOVE to stop and talk to you!

So we’re lining up tomorrow at 10am for an 11am parade launch! Be prepared to rock out while we have some fun in the sun tomorrow. I hope to see you out there!

Have a great day, Ryan

Sorry it’s been so long, I promise I have a good excuse!

Hello all, it’s been a few days since my last blog, and I just got an email from a customer asking “where have you been?” I know I’m letting you down, but allow me to explain:

Let me start with a personal note – we got a new puppy. Not just any puppy though, this little girl was dumped by her owner, then caught in a trap for 3 days, all the while other dogs nipping and biting at her. We found her at a shelter, MOGS and this was something that I just had to do. She needed a good home and I’m not new to dogs, but I am new to German Shepherds. Additionally she’s a puppy at only about 12 weeks, so I’m a little sleepy from the late night dog walks and bathroom training. So firstly I’m a little tired and excited and happy about this new family member all at the same time!

Next, we’re opening up a new retail store here in Kansas City, Missouri. That’s right, our very first “real” retail store will be unveiled next week. We are just waiting for our signage to be installed and it’s going to look something like this mockup:

This has really been a time consumer to be honest. We’ve moved our entire computer division over to the new location (not to worry, we can still take laptop and computer repairs at our main, Olathe Repair Center) and things are starting to get into order.

We’re doing our best to keep the “move” seamless with our operations and it’s been a challenge. Nevertheless I’ve been through worse – many warehouse resets – many new division offerings – and many new endeavors that I wasn’t nearly as confident – and came through with ease.

So a little more work and a few more days and we’ll open the flood gates over at our 133rd and State Line location in Kansas City, Missouri. We’ve got 4 new employees staffed along with transplants from our Olathe location and we’re excited to bring the service you love to a location nearer to you.

What happens after this? Once we establish this location we’ve got the cogs spinning to open in other major metropolitan areas. Is Mission Repair coming to your city next? Just hang tight and see!

I’ll be back soon, Ryan