DIY Window Tint Removal
There are lots of reasons why you want to remove the tint from your windows. Replacing old or damaged window tinting with a new film is already a great reason to do that. So here are a few tips on how you can do it on your own without having to hire a window tinting company.
Before starting work on tint removal, look closely at the window module and, if necessary, remove all the decorative panels that could be damaged during the process.
Prepare a detergent. Apply a detergent on the glass. Separate a small part of the film from the glass, remove the tinting easily.
Just set the hair dryer to the maximum temperature, warm the glass and take a sharp knife to peel away the edge of the tinting. Gently and slowly remove the tinting. It is more convenient is you have somebody to help you. The main thing - do not overheat the glass, otherwise it may burst.
Still, if there is no one to work on the tinting removal with you, it is always possible to get help from a professional window tinting company. They will take care of everything while you relax.
Moisturize the surface of the tinting with warm soapy water, but do not cover it with polyethylene. It is better to cover the entire window with old newspapers. Within an hour, periodically moisten the surface with soapy water.
After this, window tinting will soften and it will be easy to separate it from the glass surface. Soapy water can be replaced with window cleaner.
All in all, if after reading this article you do not feel like doing the tinting removal on your own, call us, the window tinting company in Yuma, Arizona. Our professionals will not take lots of your time, but do everything on the highest level.
12/21/2017 09:55:07 pm
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