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Old 03-19-2006, 06:12 PM   #6
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Nope, no point... it's tough to do. As I said, a lot of it right now is still just water under the film that couldn't be pushed out. If you press the white spots right now you'll see the water moving. As it dries, most of these areas will go away. If you spend enough time there pushing the water out you can make it look much better, though not perfect.

It's not the grade of film as far as I know they will all do this. It's the adhesion method. The only way to tint glass without having those bubbles there that I'm aware of, is to remove the glass, and have it tinted, then baked at a low temperature.
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