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Bubbles delamination and peeling. Why did the most expensive window film fail so miserably?

I installed RE35 and RE20 over ten years ago and now we are getting call backs. If any of the Llumar, Madico or Sun Tek films have gone bad, I have not heard about it.

So why did the 3M Scotchtint fail?

Some of it actually drifted on the window and is stuck under the frame. Our distributor used to say it was us. No one else had these issues. I know that is not true.

Why do so many people request this brand when it is over priced, doesn't last and is so hard to work with?

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