vaauux

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  1. My front driver and front passenger windows now are starting to show an almost centimeter gap between the window and the frame. Is this normal? Should I contact the company that did my tint? Example pic attached.
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  4. Long story short, just got a new car. Asked around where to get it tinted. Everyone raved about this particular shop that's been in business for 30+ years. Always has top of the line cars in and out of it. They use ceramic tint and charge $265. Basically went got my tint, all is well, noticed on the back window some clear dirt particles under tint causing bubbles after 2 - 3 weeks. Went back to shop, showed them the tint, worker comes out and looks at it and starts to explain 'well we use hard water, air conditions, we have a 95%+ perfection rate' blah blah blah. I'm thinking in my head, is that my problem or yours? Finally convince shop to replace back window tint after I was pretty upset paying $300 bucks basically. They re-do the tint. It's been mind you, only 4 days now. But I took pics of my back window again, and it appears there is STILL dirt under it, unless I'm going crazy. Tbh, I went into the city once, paid a guy $100 with no tax and they did a better job than this reputable shop. Am I going nuts or is this type of work uncalled for? I'm just a consumer, I don't know anything about tint application, but I find it odd that a shop in business for so long, with so many return customers, does this type of work. Sorry for venting. Thanks guys!