All car window films will deteriorate over time and must be replaced at some point. Window tint removal needs to be done only by professionals as removal is not as easy as it looks.
The truth is, removing your vehicle's tinting is more complicated than installing the films. Removal will ensure that the glass will not break or leave ugly marks on the windows. There are different methods of window film removal. The following options are:
The difficulty of removing the film will also depend on how long the film has been on the car window. Window films that have been on the car for some years are much easier to remove than those installed a long time.
Using a fabric steamer can be done by applying heat on one side of the film until you can peel it off quickly. If you are careful, the film should come off whole but expect the windows to have a sticky layer of leftover adhesive.
To remove the leftover adhesive, make sure to use a commercial adhesive remover. Ensure to clean the car thoroughly, especially if you plan to install new tinting on the windows.
You may want to consider using a window film removal service rather than do it yourself to ensure that you will have clear windows. Professionals are well equipped with the right tools, plus their experience and expertise in the job.