In general, you don’t have to be a professional to remove that old window tint. You will be surprised how much money you can save when compared to a car shop. The tinted windows are excellent. Unfortunately, it has a lifespan. Over time tint will turn purple; moreover, the issue is more than the color. Still, an aesthetic one, another issue will be bubbling, not only looks terrible but impossible to fix it, there is another particular reason that not necessarily has to be with lousy tint, but maybe it’s too dark. You prefer a lighter shade or vice-versa. Anyway, depending on whether the tint is terrible or you don’t like the way it looks, the good news is that the process is straightforward. Here is a tutorial video that will guide you on how to remove that old window tint.
5 Tools you will need to Remove Window Tint
- Heat gun
- Stainless steel razor blade
- 3M scotch-Brite light cleansing pad
- Glass cleaner
- Microfiber towel