At some point, you will remove your car window tinting. Why do you need to remove your car window tint when most even want it on their cars? It is normal to take the tint off the glass due to being old, having bubbles, discolouration, and poor quality. Simply put, you need to remove it to have a new window tint installed.
Taking your window tint off your car can change its look. Gone is the messy window tint that is making your vehicle look old. Once removed, you will have to deal with solar heat and glare affecting your car's interior. So getting a new window tint right away makes sense.
So how do you remove an old tint from the car window? Well, you have two options, DIY tint removal or having the experts handle it for you. You could try to remove the tint if you are a do-it-yourself person. However, you need to know that you will be facing difficult problems along the way. You may even realize that window tint removal is not as easy as window installation.
To remove the window film effectively, you will need an ammonia glass cleaner, razor blades, paper towels, white or light abrasive Scotch bright pads, and a heat gun. The success of your DIY will depend on whether the film is new or old. A car tint that is just two years will be much easier to remove than a decade window film.
Removing the tint may take some time, and the glue may be challenging to remove entirely. While anyone can still do this type of project, it is more practical to contact a tint for a faster and more efficient removal to ensure that the film is perfectly removed.