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If you tint a window and you have 1-2 dots of dirt/dust and you arnt going to re-do the window, run over the dot with a popstick and take the moisture out of it, then when it dries its hardly noticeable because the dot isnt surrounded by moisture, if the moisture isnt trapped around the dot of dirt then to notice it u would have to put ur eyes to the glass pretty much.

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Gotta be carfull not to rub the popsicle stick too hard. Depending on the size of the dirt/contamination you can rip the tint. Done this before :( well, with a hardcard on my final squeegy.

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Gotta be carfull not to rub the popsicle stick too hard. Depending on the size of the dirt/contamination you can rip the tint. Done this before :( well, with a hardcard on my final squeegy.

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Here too. If the contam is too large, and hooks on the hard-card or whatever, you will rip the tint.

I call them boulders (larger pieces of contam), and normally if they are large enough to see from the inside while I'm installing the film, I will flush them out with slip solution before hard-carding the final time.

I don't need picky customer's complaints for things simple to repair during installation.

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