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Remove car window tinting film by softening it and scraping it away with a stainless steel razor blade. Once the tinted film is removed, scrub remaining adhesive from the car window with ammonia and steel wool. Window ti... More »

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To tint car windows, clean the windows, trace and cut out tinting films to the size of the windows, wet the surfaces with soapy water, apply an adhesive window solution to the cut films, and lay the films over the window... More »

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Remove unwanted window tint by spraying the film with an adhesive-dissolving solution. Cover the damp window with plastic and park the car in direct sunlight. After 60 minutes, carefully peel the tint off the windows. Re... More »

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To remove tint from a car's window, a new scraper blade is used to remove the film from the inside of the window. Next, dishwashing detergent, water and steel wool are used to scrub away the adhesive left behind. More »

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To take off window tint, clean the window tint, spray ammonia inside the window to loosen the tint and then peel the tint from the window with a blade. Next, use steel wool pads and ammonia to remove adhesives from the w... More »

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Remove unwanted window tint by spraying the film with an adhesive-dissolving solution. Cover the damp window with plastic and park the car in direct sunlight. After 60 minutes, carefully peel the tint off the windows. Re... More »

Factors that determine the cost of window tinting include the type of car receiving the tint, the type of tint being applied and the tinting warranty. It's also common for companies with a high reputation for window tint... More »

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