If you're planning to remove that old and faded car window tint to replace it with a new tint, then contact a window tint removal White Rock to ensure proper tint removal and tint application. Tint removal may seem like an easy task but it's not.
The challenge of window tint removal will depend on the longevity of the tint on the car. Of course, if the window tint that was just a few years old would be much easier to remove than window tint that has adhered on a car window for many years.
You will have to be extra careful if you are planning to have the window tints removed yourself. You will need the following:
Start by using the heat gun to heat the glass tint and soak the window with an ammonia glass cleaner. Heat the window on the outside with the heat gun. Use a razor blade to remove the corner of the window film at the top of the window. You will be able to remove the tint as a whole piece when you do it right.
When it is not possible to remove the tint in one piece, then you will have to scrape it with a razor blade. But make sure not to scrap the back window to avoid damaging the rear defroster.
After the window film removal, you also need to remove the adhesive glue. This is where you can use the scotch bright pad. Steaming the glue before wiping can help. Use paper towel or news paper to wipe off the glass.
The process of removing the window tint of your car takes scrupulous cleaning and time so if you are uncertain about doing this, just hire a professional for help.