Add style and comfort to your vehicle with window tint. But at some point, it will degrade and need replacement. When the time comes for window tinting replacement, proper window tint removal is necessary to make the application smooth.
Removing the window may seem an easy task to take, but it is not. Window tint removal is more challenging than its installation. Having a specialist do window tinting removal, and installation delivers the right results and avoids bad tinting hassles.
You need to be extra careful when removing window tint to avoid damage to the glass. If you choose to do it yourself, consider these window tinting removal methods:
Remove window tint with a hairdryer. It would be best if you had a glass cleaner, cloth, razor blade and of course a hairdryer. It is like using a fabric steamer in tint removal. Blow over the entire glass window with the dryer for a few minutes. Run the dryer on the edges of the window tint and lift off the film edge. Continue peeling the film while focusing the hot air over it. Use a glass cleaner on a soft cloth to clean the glass.
Remove window tint with ammonia and sun technique. Ammonia can remove the adhesive on the glass windows. The sun's heat can make it more effective. Always wear a mask when using chemicals to avoid inhaling the toxic fumes it releases.
Remove window tint with soap and scrape. This method is a quick and easy way to apply window film. You can use this method in the tint-peeling process. The process may seem easy, but it may require extra effort as it can get you tired quickly.
Remove the adhesive residue on the glass before safely applying the new window film. There are other window films to choose from, and they all have features to improve and look and feel of your car. Your window tinting preference depends on your tinting needs. If all these methods seems complicated for you, it is best to use professional tint removal to save yourself form the troubles of poor tinting.