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No Drama Tint Removal

Remove that old tint the easy way.

Greg Yamamoto
Jun 19, 2009
Photographer: Andy Tran
Ssts 0912 01+no drama tint removal+cover Photo 1/5   |   No Drama Tint Removal

The Wunderdog had really old tint on it, something like over 10 years old. It was faded, hazy and just plain looked tired. This tech tip will help anyone who has that faded “purple tint”, the “bubble-in-the-middle tint”, or the “I just got popped by the cops and have-to-remove-my-tint” tint. Never again will you have to pay a tint shop or sit there with a razor and destroy your defroster lines, interior panels or your fingers. Heck, be like Yamz and charge your friends to remove their old tint (what a jackass).

TOOLS NEEDED: Household glass cleaner (with ammonia), large black trash bag and the sun.

Ssts 0912 03+no drama tint removal+windex Photo 2/5   |   01 On a hot sunny day, grab a large plastic trash bag and some household window cleaner that has a lot of ammonia in it, like Windex. Soak the old tint completely with the window cleaner.
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