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Window tint Glue Removal

\015 I took the tint from my windows and I still have that glue on it, I bought some goo gone which suppose to remove sticky stuff but it doesnot work what else can I use to remove that glue from my windows?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-08-2019

Answers :

Materials:
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  • Warm sunny day \015\012
  • Tarp \015\012
  • Large plastic garbage bag \015\012
  • Undiluted Ammonia \015\012
  • Windex (a glass cleaner) \015\012
  • Paper towels \015\012
  • Fine steel wool \015\012
  • Razor blades
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Tips:
The difficult thing about removing tint is that most film is constructed of two layers of tinted polyester. When you try to peel the film off the glass, the top layer will usually pull right off leaving the second layer behind. This second layer will not peel off, it will just flake and tear like a price tag.

Step 1:
To over come separation between layers you must soften the adhesive so that both layers peel at the same time. This is very important, if you peel the just the top layer, you may as well just use razor blades as there is no way to peel the second layer off without picking at it for a few hours. You MUST try to peel both layers at once.
\015\012NOTE:
You are more than likely to damage one or more of your defroster lines, when this happens, the cut line will not work anymore. Some cars have radio antennas mounted alongside the defrosters made of the same material. If you damage these, your radio antenna will not work! Be careful! Taking it to a tint shop to be done greatly increases the odds of saving the lines, but even a tint shop can not promise to save your lines, sometimes the film is just to far gone.
Try 3M Citrus Based Adhesive Remover. It is designed to remove adhesive residue.
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