How Long Does The Happy Tint Film Take to Dry?

By Ric Mitchell

Like all products that use adhesive, the adhesive must cure to achieve a proper bond to the glass.

Once the adhesive has cured, your windows will look very much as though they have been factory tinted. You may see some changes in the appearance of the film while it is curing. Changes are normal at this time.

Although the film appears perfect at first, you may see it become hazy and milky, or develop an “orange peel” effect, or even large bubbles. This is quite normal and should not cause alarm.

After curing, these apparent imperfections will disappear.

Curing takes from 3 to 30 days, depending on the weather, humidity and the amount of sunlight falling on the glass. As you would expect, curing tends to be faster in summer and slower in winter.

Most important – do not touch the film until curing is complete.

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