White Bubbles after Window Tint. Normal?
I had window tint done on my car last week Saturday and I was told not to roll down my windows until after 5 days. But it’s been a week and there are still some white spots/bubbles, are these normal to have? I called and they said to give it another week and they should be gone but I’m reading online forums and people are saying that white spots actually mean that there’s dirt under the tint and that it should be redone if that’s the case. Thanks in advance.
I should also mention that I had the two front windows done and it was done surprisingly fast; in about 45 minutes. I remember tinting my previous vehicle and it took much longer and that vehicle was bubble-free after about 3-4 days.
- MatthewLv 62 months agoFavorite Answer
People that tint windows aren't going to leave your windows dirty! tinting film is expensive and they know that if the job doesn't settle in that you're going to take it back and they're going to have to do it again. so give it another week and if it's still is bubbly then take it back and show it to them
- A HunchLv 72 months ago
I guess that is what you get for getting your windows tinted during a pandemic.
Why don't you wait until it's legal to get your tints fixed. Then the person doing them might know how.
- KY-ClayLv 72 months ago
Far from normal. There should be no bubbles whatsoever if it is done correctly. Take it back and tell then to do it right.
- gLv 72 months ago
No, Hassan, not normal.
Whoever installed the tint did a piss poor job.
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- car253Lv 72 months ago
Not normal. They did a bad job. Take the car back to the place you got the work done.