How to ? Repair Fix or conseal bad or bubbled window tint ? Eliminate white bubbles ?

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    Default How to ? Repair Fix or conseal bad or bubbled window tint ? Eliminate white bubbles ?

    Hi,
    First of all, I did not screw up the tint on my Toyota !!! Lol ,,,


    The main question of this topic is, "Does anyone know of a way to hide fix or conceal small white window tint air bubbles from a bad tint job, dirty window, or scratches ?"

    Basically, just so the outside appears OK, ... Examples, maybe use a heat gun, super glue, brown-tinted glue and a needle, maybe a black marker, or SOMETHING ???

    With out removing and starting over ?


    I ask because I tinted an older peice of plexiglass, it had scratches which turned into 1/8, 1/4" size bubbles. I dont care about the tint appearance on the 'tinted side' on what the 'glass side' appears like,

    So is there any quick fix anyone knows of to hide the bubbles ?

    Later !

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    Default Re: How to ? Repair Fix or conseal bad or bubbled window tint ? Eliminate white bubbl

    Quote Originally Posted by BaLLZaCH View Post
    So is there any quick fix anyone knows of to hide the bubbles ?
    I always just poked the bubbles with a needle, and then rubbed them to get the air out. Not a perfect fix, but often good enough.
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