After You Buy

Curing Period

The window film adhesive requires time to fully cure and bond with the glass. During this curing period, it’s important to avoid rolling down the windows on your vehicle or applying any excessive force to the film, as this could disrupt the bonding process. The specific curing time can vary depending on factors such as the type of film used and environmental conditions, but it typically ranges from a few days to a couple of weeks.

Immediate Benefits

While the film is curing, you’ll start to notice some immediate benefits, such as reduced glare from the sun, increased privacy, and potentially improved heat rejection. These benefits will become more pronounced as the film fully cures and settles into place. Long-Term Benefits: Over time, you’ll continue to experience the benefits of having window film installed on your car or home. These can include protection against UV rays, which helps prevent fading and deterioration of interior surfaces, as well as improved comfort by reducing heat buildup inside the cabin.


Proper maintenance is important to ensure that the window film remains in good condition and continues to provide optimal performance. This may include regular cleaning of the windows with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner and avoiding the use of harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could damage the film.

Warranty Coverage

Many window film manufacturers offer warranties that cover defects in materials or workmanship, as well as guarantees against issues such as bubbling, peeling, or discoloration. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the terms of the warranty provided with your window film installation, as this can provide peace of mind and recourse in the event of any problems.

Inspection Guidelines

Click the links to access the IWFA Automotive and Architectural Inspection Guidelines