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View Poll Results: How long did you let your tint cure b4 rolling down windows?
2 days 4 25.00%
3 days 3 18.75%
4 days 2 12.50%
5 days 2 12.50%
> 5 days 3 18.75%
< 2 days 2 12.50%
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Old 01-14-2004, 04:32 PM   #1
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2 days will do it

of course I wouldnt sit there and roll the window up and down on day 3. but it probably wouldnt do anything to it anyway.

might need 3days with the cold temps right now.
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The window guy told me 3-5 days. i waited for 7 just in case and b/c i always park in a garage and the lack of sunlight.
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This is So Cal, it was 75 degrees today

The installer told me to wait 5 days, but im impatient
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I rolled my windows down the next morning. It was no problem at all. It was mid 80's all the first day though.
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your windows will roll down when you gotta go home. but dont do it more than needed; it takes a while to fully cure.
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it was 85 in the mississippi summer heat when i had mine done. the installer told me 2 days
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2 days in 45-60 degree weather.
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24hrs for me.

Was summer in Texas though. Probably dried all the way through in 15 minutes haha.
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