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Ive gotta do an install tommorow morning and the wether forecast for the rest of the week, is Isolated Storms. Should I go ahead and install the film, even though its not going to get alot of sunlight? I had a problem before with a customers windows bubbling up after a week or so, and it would of seemed that weather caused my problem seeing as the next few weeks after I put the film up, it was raining off and on for days at a time. Should I be concerned about this? :duck

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shouldnt make a difference if its rain or sun, except for the installer, I prefer cloudy days for installs that way your not sweating to death like I did this morning 14 ft up with no air conditioning. if it doesnt get sun it just takes longer to dry :duck

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Guest SolarShopFilm

Alright. Thanks folks, I was a little worried I was gonna be wasting my film. But, say the windows dont get any decent sunlight for 2 weeks, still more wait time?

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If there are raindrops on the outside of the glass it sometimes makes it difficult to see any spots of water that you may have missed, and if the glass is 100% clean.

Not a big deal but make sure you go over each window carefully.

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