Jump to content

Waiting 7 Days to Open Windows


Guest casey

Recommended Posts

Guest MidcoastMW

pretty safe to say thats over-kill. A good 48 hours in the sun is really all you need. If you still see swirly/oily/haze looking areas, or any 'lumpy' looking areas, do not roll them down.

^^blade has a good point. Maybe he installed a full metal film...or something that he feels that time is needed to cure enough.

Link to comment
my suggestion would be to do what your installer said. we all do things differently. you should probably just listen to him.

:lol

(:trustme especially if you got it tinted in the Arctic) :duck

Link to comment
Guest vclimber
my suggestion would be to do what your installer said. we all do things differently. you should probably just listen to him.

:trustme

If you have to take it back because the edges lifted and you do not follow the installer's directions about rolling your windows down, should the installer be obligated to cover his work? I'd follow the directions. :lol

Link to comment
Guest darkdan

If that's what the tinter said then listen to him.

Otherwise, he'll blame us and you'll blame us if we say something different.

However, I've got some films (full metal) that can take that long to dry.

Link to comment

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...