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I started using lumar tint which I love by the way. I used to use digi film crap.. But anyway when I do the back glass on these vehicles I keep getting dry spots or something like that.. I don't think it's glue spots.. I'm trying to figure out how to avoid this Maybe more soap? It looks like the spots are on the outside but it's not it's in the tint. Will it disappear after it drys

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I started using lumar tint which I love by the way. I used to use digi film crap.. But anyway when I do the back glass on these vehicles I keep getting dry spots or something like that.. I don't think it's glue spots.. I'm trying to figure out how to avoid this Maybe more soap? It looks like the spots are on the outside but it's not it's in the tint. Will it disappear after it drys

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I don't use that brand but I think I know what you're talking about. I try and only do a half a blade at a time with the blue max. Making sure it's angled in the direction I'm pushing the bubbles. Hard card with paper towel afterwards.

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