Film Curing Time
STOP! Do Not Roll Windows Down for 3 Days
During the installation process, your dealer will remove as much of the mounting solution as possible; however, a small amount will remain. Trapped moisture can cause small water bubbles and/or a slightly cloudy look. This is normal and should be expected. Do not attempt to pierce a water bubble during the dry-out time. Water bubbles and the cloudy look will eventually dissipate.
Climate Conditions and Curing Time
Certain climate conditions can extend the curing time up to 30 days after installation. Cold and non-sunny weather conditions can lengthen the curing time, while warm weather and direct sunlight exposure will shorten it. If slow drying occurs, do not be alarmed. The trapped moisture will eventually dry out.
Do not clean the film until 30 days after the installation. This will help ensure proper curing of the mounting adhesive to the glass. Most non-ammonia-based glass cleaners will work well, although a good cleaning solution for window film is 1/2 ounce of liquid dish soap added to one quart of fresh water.