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I got my windows tinted (endurance film) at Ziebart in Indianapolis, IN more than a week ago.

And this morning I noticed the bubbles formed on the back window. They weren't there yesterday.

I don't know why the bubbles formed one week after it was tint. Is this normal? Is it possible that using defroster may have done this? I thought using defroster helps it dry. I can hardly find any bubbles on front and rear side windows but why on the back window? It is very annoying and especially at night it's very hard to see the back. Any solutions for this?

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only two problems I see

1) endurance film

2)ziebart install

:rollin:lol2

actually if its water its normal to notice it a few days down the road the endurance is a full metal film and takes longer to dry out.

DONT MESS WITH IT

if its still there after 30 days take it back to the shop and ask them if its normal, and be nice about it.

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