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The dust in the tint isn't the best for sure.... it is likely from the interior of the car and could simply be the Tinter doesn't have the best way to handle your back window.
2016 is going to have dust and dirt more than you think unless it's not been in the real world. I'm sure it's clean enough though that they should be able to do better.
Given the fact I've NOT been in the industry for the last 7 years, it just might be I am wrong.
I do know Eastman Chemical bought up many going concerns related to window film before and after my retirement. As I remember, they bought out a manufacturing site located in Tempe AZ years ago (all public disclosure info). Whether or not they moved forward with continued operations is not something I would know, nor would I be able to speak in detail about it due to NDA.
Just finished testing - pulled the car out of garage. With sunshade on, with new 70% ceramic. Been sitting in the sun for 4-5 hours. The dash still felt -hot-. Not typical burning hot with no sunshade feel, but -quite hot-. Dunno if we going to call that heat soak from overall chassis, and or also as you mentioned, byproduct of heat coming past film, sunshade, etc.