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30 Jan 2016
If your car's tinted windows have started to fade or change color, it is time to remove them. Paying an auto body shop to do the job can be expensive. Instead, you can do the job yourself for much less money. The following is a guide on how to remove tint glue from glass.
Cut plastic in the shape of each tinted window.
  • Black garbage bags or other dark plastic sheeting may be used.
  • Cut enough plastic to cover both the inside and outside of each tinted window.
Apply soapy water to the outside of the windows.
Cover the windows with plastic.
  • Smooth the plastic against the windows.
Protect all surfaces that are near the tinted windows on the inside of the car.
  • Use a tarp to complete this task.
Spray the inside of each tinted...


27 Jan 2016

Unfortunately, even the highest quality window film won’t last forever, and at some stage will wear out to the point where it needs to be removed. The two most prominent signs of expired film are 1) bubbling, and 2) purpling.

Bubbling film is caused by natural deterioration of the underlying adhesive. Once you spot your first bubble, you can be sure that more will appear soon enough. The other sign – purple film – comes as a result of the breakdown of non-metallic dyes, which causes the film to turn a purple color.

Thankfully, it doesn’t take any special equipment to remove worn out window film. Following is a list of all that you will need to begin the tint removal process:
Professional Tinting Tools:
  • Black...