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    I thought this would be a good idea but now I am getting challaned every week. How do I remove it without damaging glass? Should I take it to those who installed it?


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    I also got my windows tinted bt after 1 challan i just removed it by hand.. very easy.. just look for the edge of the paper and pull it slowly.. it will come off as one piece and no damage to glass.

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    It can be removed in one go without breaking it but in most cases if the tint is old you'd need a razor blade and a spray bottle filled with water and shampoo..
    I have done it both ways but to be honest just take to any decoration shop they will remove it pretty fast .. Its not worth the time and effort for me .. .....

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    Heat tint or park car in sunlight for a while. Start peeling the edge and make sure you pull downwards and not towards yourself otherwise you risk leaving the adhesive behind.

    If any adhesive is left, use an old credit card and soapy water and scrape it away

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