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Guest wishmaster

Recently I tinted my car and after an hour noticed alot of bubbles on the windows, the professional that tinted my car said it is supposed to be that way and I have to wait 40 days for those little bubbles to dissapear.

Please tell me if that is so.

THank you :lol6:lol

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Guest DontWorryItWillDry

Welcome to the boards Wish.

40 days huh? :lol6 I hope he said 4 days and not 40. It usually takes 3-4 depending on the weather conditions. If it's hot and sunny, expect the film to dry up quicker as compared to a cloudy sunless weather condition.

Another factor is the type of film you picked for your car. I'll let the other auto tinters chime in with their opinions as they check this post.

Again, welcome.

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unless it's a full metal film and he doesn't know about the blue max and you are in extremly cold weather, but yes, film takes time to dry. Park it in the sun whenever possible and let us know what happens.

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Guest DontWorryItWillDry
Posted: Sat Jun 07, 2003 9:15 pm    Post subject: 



what's that thing we're supposed to say? oh yeah, DON'T WORRY IT WILL DRY! Now where have I heard that before? 

Frik man, I totally forgot to say that in my post...it's my frikkin' TD.com name! :lol6

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