I have a client who has one that is already tinted but has lots of air in the dotrix. he would like to save it. any ideas on how to re-glue the dotrix and make it look uniform without having to redo it?
I recently got my car tinted last week (SunTek Ceramic) and have left it outside and windows up as per care instructions, and a fair few of the bubbles are not dissapearing, i've had a closer look and it looks like pieces of dirt are stuck between the tint and the window glass. I understand there's going to be a handful of contamination due to unfortunate circumstances in the process of tinting but is this too many because I don't want to be that "guy" that's too harsh on his expectations. Visible Specs
Drivers Side Front Window: 15+
Driver side Rear Window: 15+
Passenger Side Rear Window: 15+
Passenger Side Front Window: 15+
@Tintguy1980This coating reminds me of the old school flow-on. Kinda brownish, scrapes horrible if you accidentally get into it. Like ATL says, you can feel that something is there if you rub your hand across it.
The hydrophobic glass that was shedding water was fun. Now a bunch of the detail lots are using a ceramic infused glass cleaner that acts about the same. I've had some luck breaking it with a white(least aggressive) clay bar.