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Old 03-30-2013, 01:47 PM   #1
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Bad tint job

Just venting. I got 30% tint this morning and it looks sweet but only from a distance. There are still a lot of bubbles and even debris trapped between the tint and window. So disappointing. Counting to a million before I call them back. I know they'll fix it but what a huge waste of time.

The light spots are bubbles
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Some of the bubbles will work out with time in the sun.
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Some of the bubbles will work out with time in the sun.
I hope so - thanks
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In sure they gave you some warranty and if it doesn't go away just take it back
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Yeah, it'll dry up.
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Yep that's normal. Don't put your windows down and in a few days it will look fine.
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Thanks guys. I appreciate the reassurance.
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I freaked when I got mine done and within a week they looked perfect
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Old 03-30-2013, 03:41 PM   #9
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Lol. I remember going through the same thing. Just find the hottest spot possible and leave it there. The water and all that under the tint will dry up. If you ever have stripes put on your car, they will do the same thing.
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This rule applies to paint and tint. Dot worry. Give it a week, its not like mods, its not instant satisfaction.
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