Your car may have had your tint for so long that you have grown tired of it. Or, maybe your car’s tint is already peeling off the edges and you’d prefer to have it all removed rather than letting it stay that way. Try to take your car to a professional and have him remove the tint from your car. Most of the time, you will be asked to pay a lot of money than you expected.
In fact, prices can range from $ 50 to $ 100. Mainly, they claim that removing the tint from the car would be a difficult task, considering that they will also make sure that your car windows are not scratched. However, just by knowing what kinds of materials to use and how to do it, you may be on your way to saving a lot of money to spend on other non-trivial matters.
The process is simple. You need a single-edged razor, a clean rag, and an all-purpose spray cleaner. You can also try using other solvents that might work well to remove any type of adhesive, but are gentle on your car window and paint. When you have all of this on hand, begin the process by grabbing a corner of the window tint film with a utility knife. Remember that car tint is not something painted on your window glass. It is a specially designed thin film that is applied to your window.
When you have successfully grabbed a corner of the film, remove it. When the film is off, spray the cleaner on the glass. Then put the film back on the window and leave it there for about 15 to 20 minutes. After that, remove the film again. Spray more cleaner on the glass and use the razor to scrape off any film residue, as well as any adhesive. When done, wipe the glass with your cloth.
On the other hand, if you think this is not your type of job and you just feel like you might be damaging your window, you can check with a local maintenance store that offers a window tint removal service. However, just keep in mind that you would have to spend a large amount of money for a simple task like removing the tint film.