...the following applies to both automotive and residential/commercial window tinting

Film Dry-Out Time
During the application of your window film, your installer will remove as much of the mounting solution as possible. However, a small amount of solution will remain, and this moisture build-up can cause small water bubbles and a slightly cloudy look. This is normal and should be expected. Do not pierce any water bubbles during the drying period, and do not try to push the water out, this will damage your film. Eventually, the water bubbles and haziness will dissipate on their own.

Climate Conditions & Dry-Out Time
Depending on the type of film you select, and the climate conditions in your area, dry-out periods will vary. Warm weather and direct sunlight will shorten the dry-out time. Cooler climates, shaded areas, non-sunny weather conditions and thicker films such as architectural films or high performance auto films, can lengthen the drying period. If slow drying occurs with your residential/commercial or automotive installation, do bot be alarmed. It could take a few days to as much as 6 months for the trapped moisture to eventually dry-out.

For automotive applications, it is best to wait 7-14 days to clean the film. For residential/commericial applications it is recommended to not clean the film for 30 days after installation. This will help secure proper curing of the special mounting adhesive to the glass.

Cleaning Solutions
Most glass cleaners will work well, although a good cleaning solution for window film is an ounce of liquid dish soap added to 1
quart of fresh water.

Cleaning Materials
Always use clean, soft materials to wash and dry your window film surfaces. To avoid scratching the film, do not use bristle brushes, rough paper towels, abrasive scrubbing sponges, or any cleaning materials that may have been contaminated with dirt particles.