After installation, you may see moisture bubbles or moisture under the film. This is normal and will go away once the film has fully cured (up to 4-5 days). During the curing time, it is important not to press or touch these areas. This may cause permanent fingerprint marks in the film.
Keep your vehicle in a cool and shaded area, such as a garage, for a minimum of 12 hours. Since an installation gel is sometimes used during the installation process, the gel needs time to dry out without being exposed to direct sunlight and/or direct heat. If this is not done, the uncured moisture from the gel might create a small blister-like appearance under the film. If you notice this, the blisters will go away over time once the gel cools down again. But, keep it cool and you’ll have no problems.
Keep water away from the car (washing and rain) for 24 hours. Remember, we want all moisture to dry out from the edges during this time. We do not want to create moisture that doesn’t allow for proper curing.
Do not wash or wax the car during the 48-hour curing period. Applying pressure to the surface of the installed film can interrupt the curing process. After 48 hours, feel free to wash and wax at your leisure. NOTE: DEPENDING ON TIME OF YEAR, CURING MIGHT TAKE LONGER.