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I had my tint done a week ago , I'm aware of bubbles, smokey hazzy look, and that it goes away, but I havent come across, bumpy line(s)?.. on my back window, I can accually feel a lil slumpy bumpy maybe a 1" long not that wide line , now I know tint needs a month or so to be fully cured and dried up, but I dont see how a bumpy feeling thing would go away??.. should I concered, or is it normal.. not sure..it almost feels like a line of frozen water... though I'd ask away the experts before I go in the shop and raise hell.. thanks.. .

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Guest secretagentswole
I had my tint done a week ago , I'm aware of bubbles, smokey hazzy look, and that it goes away, but I havent come across, bumpy line(s)?.. on my back window, I can accually feel a lil slumpy bumpy maybe a 1" long not that wide line , now I know tint needs a month or so to be fully cured and dried up, but I dont see how a bumpy feeling thing would go away??.. should I concered, or is it normal.. not sure..it almost feels like a line of frozen water... though I'd ask away the experts before I go in the shop and raise hell.. thanks.. .

you got to be a lil more clear.

did it have tint before or a tag in the window??

sure its not a defroster line??

may just be a moisture blister.

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Guest kastro

ok, it's a 04 audi A4, never past tinted, it's right on top of the defroster lines but not touching, about a 1" vertical line, what worries me, and I'm a perfectionist, everything has to be perfect, is that, I can feel it.... almost like a hard winkle, I donno.. weird.. just wondering if its normal..

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you say you can feel it....can you see it? if not...whats the big deal? do you "feel" your back glass often enough for it to be a problem? :evilgrin:spit:duck

You say its possibly frozen water...if so...give it time...it'll dry :lol2 like you said...it takes up to a month...sometimes even more in colder climates to totally dry....so dont goin into a shop raisin anything till then at least :spit

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Guest losdawg

There is no such thing as a "perfect" tint job. If its cold enough to freeze give a whole month to dry. Like Slick said if you only feel it but cant see it it should be OK.

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Guest kastro

sorry I didnt add.. I can see it ..lolol.. it's bothering me.... I have 8% tint all around, and it looks like a black board with a 1" of white line, like a black car with a scratch, its annoying, so came here to see if its normal...

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I always tell my customers to call or come in if they are worried about something.....

That is what I suggest for you also. There is absolutely no way to tell what is going on without pictures PLUS there is nothing we can do without the car.... :spit

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