If you’re looking to remove old tint from your car windows, you’ve come to the right place. Removing old tint can be a tricky and time-consuming process, but with the right instructions and materials, it can be done in no time. In this blog post, we’ll go over all the steps necessary to get rid of your old tint and replace it with fresh new film. Let’s get started! LearnHow to Remove Old Tint From Car Windows?
How to Remove Old Tint From Car Windows?
Gather Your Materials – Before you start removing the old tint from your windows, make sure you have everything you need before getting started. Here’s a list of materials that will come in handy when removing car window tint:
- Hair dryer or heat gun
- Razor blade scraper or plastic razor blades
- Glass cleaner
- Paper towels or newspaper
- A piece of cloth
- Rubbing alcohol or ammonia-based solution (optional)
Once you have all these materials ready, it’s time to move on to the next step.
Remove The Tint Film Carefully – It is important to remove the film carefully as any damage done during this process could scratch the glass behind it. To begin, use a hair dryer or heat gun set at low temperature for about five minutes and direct it at one corner of the window. This will help loosen up the adhesive that holds the film in place. Once that corner is loose enough, use a razor blade scraper or plastic razor blades to slowly peel away at it until it comes off completely. Make sure not to apply too much pressure as this may cause damage to both the window and the surrounding paint job. If there are any stubborn adhesive residue remaining after peeling off the film, try using rubbing alcohol or an ammonia-based solution applied with a cloth to remove them gently. Finally, wipe down any remaining particles with glass cleaner sprayed onto paper towels or newspaper. Repeat this process for all other windows until each one is free of any remaining film.
Removing old car window tint is a complicated process that requires patience and attention to detail in order ensure successful results without damaging your vehicle’s paint job or glass windows in any way. With these instructions and some elbow grease though, you’ll be able to enjoy crystal clear views out of your car’s windows without having to worry about pesky films obscuring them again! Now get out there and start removing that old window tint! Good luck!