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  1. It was done inside of a garage, but it was done incorrectly. All of those little bubbles are still there (obviously) and the tint guy just told me that they were normal and they would go away in the summer (which I'm sure they won't). I will humor him and politely give it a few months, then get it redone.
  2. Ok thanks for the input. I'll give them a call and see if I can get it fixed. Thanks all
  3. Thanks for the reply! Sorry, that large white hair looking thing is just a fiber from my towel. All of those little white bubbles (especially visible near the end of the video) are all on inside of the tint. I understand a few might be present, but I feel like I have a lot. This is the driver window, which is by far the worst. The other windows aren't too bad (a few bubbles here and there). Here are two photos that show it a little better...it's really hard to photograph! But the exterior of my window is nice and clean (except for the towel string in the video), so anything on there are little bubbles. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_Uhvz2Ah7PrU3pCSjBWTjB2WG8 https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_Uhvz2Ah7PrNmZUZjlOd2xYLXM Thank you
  4. Hi all, I am new here and I have been reading a lot of your posts lately. I decided to get some fresh tint on my new Honda yesterday, and I thought the tint looked really good at first (from a few feet away). I drove it around today and noticed quite a few little bubbles and bumps in the tint. Is this normal? Can I expect these bubbles to go away in a time? I have heard a lot of mixed info online about what to expect. I don't want to ask the installer yet if you all think I should wait a few days or weeks. Here is a link to my Google Drive, which shows the bubbles in my tint. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_Uhvz2Ah7PrYktNaDJ5STVldGc Any and all advice/info is very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!