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      08-02-2012, 05:51 PM   #1
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Created a bubble in the tint

I bumped my window by accident. It created a tiny bubble. To get rid of it do I heat it up with a blow dryer and massage it out with a credit card? Any thoughts?
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How close to an edge is it?

Have a picture you can upload?
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Not close to the edge.
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I bumped my window by accident. It created a tiny bubble. To get rid of it do I heat it up with a blow dryer and massage it out with a credit card? Any thoughts?
If you use a credit card you may want to put some tape on the edge so you don't scratch the tint.

What about taking it back to the tint shop who did the install?
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This is why it is important to have a relationship with a good window film shop. Ask them to do you a favor and help you out.
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