6 comments to “1 Fit Joker Spray Tanning & Competition Raves”

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  1. LaDawn McDay, IFBB Pro - July 18, 2016 at 12:01 am Reply

    Jermichael did an outstanding job on my tan this past weekend at the Lenda Murray Pro / Am. My tan was flawless. I have used 1 Fit Joker Tanning services since 2008 and each tan is better than the last as if that is even possible! !!!!!!

  2. Samantha Bowman - July 24, 2016 at 10:04 pm Reply

    Liquid Sun Rayz tanning formula is the best! It is the only one competition spray tan I have experienced that does not stay sticky and wet feeling. Even she doing a photoshoot in upper 90degree temperatures it did not run! Thank you One Fit Joker!

  3. David Reid - August 2, 2016 at 4:23 pm Reply

    Jermichael and LaDawn McDay did an excellent job on my tan for Masters Nationals. Many people remarked on how good my color was. I finished 3rd in SHW over 50 and I think my color helped me present my hard work to the best of my ability. Using then again for North American Championships in 4 weeks. Use Jermichael, you won’t be disappointed.

  4. Shaun Spiers - September 9, 2016 at 1:25 am Reply

    Nothing but true professionalism and perfect color…LSR is the only tan I’ll use and I was so happy with my tan at Masters Nationals, not having to worry about my skin and color makes the entire experience of a national show so much easier… Thank you both for your time and truly caring about how each individual’s color looked! By the way, my color was so spot on I was able to earn my pro card that weekend, and as most competitors know, the less we have to worry about, the more we can concentrate on presenting ourselves to the best of our abilities….thank you both!

  5. Dallas Machinsky - March 23, 2017 at 5:09 pm Reply

    Dave, I have a Vermont casting wood burner, (vigilant is the model name I believe) I have ben having issues with it “burping” regularly after hours of burning. I use it to heat, so my flue is closed for the most part and I adjust the air intake on the back accordingly, It has a chain system on the vent that when it heats up it expands the chain and closes the vent and vise versa when the chain cools and contracts (opens the vent for more air). The issue seems to be when it is all closed down and the flue and vent are both closed. It “burps” out the top lid and the rear vent. I had a professional cleaning in november, and am not sure how to proceed. I presume the burp occurs becasue of a lack of air flow. but am not sure how to address the situation. Please advise.

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