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Guest ak snowsk8er

hey, im a complete noob and im only doing my car cause no one else in town will. ive done a good job so far after retrying like 5 times messing around doing differn things. but I still cant get all the tiny little water bubbles out. its defenetly water, not air and I can do it half ass if I just push real hard and bring em to the edge, but I was wondering if this is common or if there is a certain technique to getting it completely flat on the window. thanks

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The water will dry out. It's normal for water to gather into spots as it dries. Depending on the type of film and weather, it could take a while, just be patient. If you try to force it out, you may ruin the adhesive and leave marks. Just be sure to use plenty of pressure on your final passes and then give it time to dry. Leave the roll downs up until then.

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