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I'm new and this is the first time I've got tint applied.

So it was yesterday and I had the tint put on my car, the installer said that it would look worse today because yesterday I saw a little bubble/warp/strange spot in one of my windows.

Now today I see a whole bunch of them. They told me that once the film cures it would all go away.

Is this normal, or is this bad?

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Guest Key West

Unfortunately, when you pick up your car the tint is NOT a finished product. There is a drying/curing process which can take up to 30 days. Longer in very cold climates. We tinters have to deal with it all the time. It doesn't matter how much we tell customers about the water, over half of them still come back in a panic, thinking its defective.

Trust me, :lol , it WILL dry out. :lol

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