How to avoid bubbles appearing in tint jobs in cold/hot weather
Answer: Film takes two to four weeks to completely dry out during the dead of winter or the peak of summer. Some bubbles or “haziness” tend to appear during that period. If this is the case, these types of bubbles are harmless, will go away, and are not evidence of a bad tint job. Some tinters add a little alcohol to their slip solution; this helps the evaporation process speed up a little bit. Additionally, a really thorough squeegee job, perhaps with a sledgehammer squeegee, can help prevent bubbles. In really extreme cold, it can take up to 30 days for the bubbles to finally disappear. If a tint job still has bubbles after one month then there was likely a mistake in the tinting process, like trapped debris, poor shrinking, etc.