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How do I get rid of tiny bubbles around the frost lines?

Answer 1: You can avoid this by simply using tack cloth as your final step when you prep the window.   Answer 2: This may be happening because you’re letting the film touch the head liner during installation. You can avoid this by taping the head liner with painter’s tape.   Answer 3: This can also be caused by dust in your spray bottle or tank.   Answer 4: When you put too much water on the top of the glass, contaminants can run down, causing these small bubbles. Some tinters prefer to use distilled water instead of tap water for this reason. Try using a water filter.   Answer 5: Another option you might want to try is a clay bar.   Answer 6: Try the reverse-roll technique.   Answer 7: Remember to wash your hands and squeegee thoroughly.  

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