This is a question we get all the time. Window tint curing, or drying, generally takes a week, but can take as long as a month in rare cases. You should avoid excessively touching or cleaning the window film surface for the first 48 hours after install.
Window tint curing varies from product to product, and depends on the type of material used in the particular film you’re having installed. For instance you may expect metalized film will take longer to cure, because the results are going to be worth it. This film dries slower, and can look hazy even one or two weeks after installing.
It’s not uncommon for homeowners to note slight bubbling in tint installed, which usually goes away during the drying process. If it doesn’t, we’re happy to fix it for you as part of our guarantee.