Most car window film deteriorates with age and may eventually have to be removed. Two of the most common symptoms of dying film are the dreaded "purple color" and "bubbling". Purple film is caused by non-metallic dyes in the film breaking down and changing color. Bubbling film is a sign that the adhesive used to apply the tint to the window is failing. After a single bubble appears, many more will follow. If you attempt to remove the window tint simply by peeling, you'll probably end up with a sticky mess on the glass that will take several hours to get off the window
Removing dying tinting from windows is part of our expertise and we offer it as a service. There is no requirement that you be a customer for tinting for us to remove dying tinting. If you need tinted windows to be removed, we will quote a price for the service. We have the equipment and know how to do it properly. We certainly would like to offer re-tinting, done as described above. But it's not necessary. Removing tinting is service by itself.
If you prefer to give it a try by yourself. There are five acceptable methods.
If you call us, we will furnish you with printed instructions for you to give it a try. Call us in either case, you have us do it or you try it yourself.
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