Window tinting is a great way to reduce heat, glare, and UV radiations from entering your car. However, when it’s time to remove the window tint, it can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are ways of removing window tint without damaging your defogger or other components of your vehicle. In this article, we will walk you through a step by step guide on how to easily remove auto window tint.
Before you try to remove auto window tint yourself, remember that amateur attempts can cause lasting damage to your car windows. Consider hiring a professional window tint removal service instead. Here at Precision Auto Styling, we guarantee your car’s safety by employing advanced methods to safely remove any auto window tint.
Follow the steps below to safely and effectively remove tint from your car windows. Take your time and ensure accuracy; a single misstep can cause irreparable harm.
The first step in removing window tint is gathering the necessary tools. You will need a spray bottle of water, an ammonia-based window cleaner such as Windex or Formula 409, and several soft cloths such as microfiber cloths. It is important that you use an ammonia-based cleaner as this will help break down the adhesive residue left behind by the window tinting film. Make sure you are wearing protective gloves during this process as well!
Once you have gathered all your supplies, begin by removing the window tinting film from one corner of the window. Using your spray bottle filled with water, spray generously at the corner of the film and gently pull it away from the window until it is completely removed from one side of the glass. Do not attempt to pull off both sides of the film ar once as this may cause damage or tearing to either side of glass or even break pieces off completely!
After all of the film has been removed from one side of the glass, apply some ammonia-based cleaner onto a soft cloth and scrub at any adhesive residue left behind on the window. It is important that you do not scrub too hard as this could cause scratches or other damage to either side of your windows! Continue applying cleaner and gently scrubbing until all remaining adhesive residue has been removed from that section of glass. Once complete, move onto another section and repeat these steps until all sections have been cleaned off completely.
To speed up this process even more you can also try spraying WD 40 directly onto any stubborn areas that won’t come up with just water and ammonia based cleaner alone. This should help loosen up any remaining adhesive residue before wiping clean with a soft cloth dampened with Windex or similar ammonia based product. You can also try using white vinegar if you don;y have any WD 40 around but e careful ot to use too much as it could damage either side of your windows if left on for too long!
In conclusion, removing auto window tinting film is an involved process that required knowledge of using different tools. Trying to remove it yourself can be a costly act as without the right tools or supplies you can risk damage – not only to your windows but also decreasing its value. Whether you’re removing and old film or looking to replace it with something new, there are several considerations that need to be made. If you’re interested in replacing your car’s window tinting film for something more styling and modern, Precision Auto Styling offers a wide variety of auto window film removal services that suit all needs and budgets. Their experienced professionals offer the highest quality services and will guarantee satisfaction on every job.