Uoo Hoo: Steamer method is MUCH easier & guicker!
ZIPPER978: Garbage bag and cleaner is easier
Andrew Louis: what percent tint was that?
mishal almishal: how about tinted window glasses that come originally from the car company, is there any way to remove them?
awdtalon57: You made it way too complicated. That was either decent tint or wasn't on for very long. Was that the tint getting moved by the wind? haha.
rodeo o: advise try to pull out the film harder, dont let it go or it will stick again and leave some glue lines has you pull it back,,,keep the pull tension going,,,,,,,
mf3enjoi: Helpful video bro thanks
Kacie Coats: HELP!! When I bought my Altima, the tint on the back glass is bubbled up and all scratched looking. I tried to start taking it off but its coming off in small little pieces? any sugguestions????
Gordon Henrichs: Great video. Very informative and not rushed. +1
Jason Asmaie: thanks so much buddy for a good help :)
Joe R: Using a fabric steamer is better, do a search here on YouTube!
Daniel mu: Use ATR ADHESIVE SOLUTION!! Instantly removes adhesive on contact!
Georges Awaad: Wow! I was thoroughly impressed by how clean the windows were after you finished wiping them! They looked like mirrors and your reflection was so visible and clear on them! Great work and thank you for this video! :)
dberlier71: If you use a steamer you wont have any glue.
Works4Erub: Have you notice your tint is trying to make a run for it?? Lmao!!
How To Remove Automotive Window Tint, Remove Residue, Clean Glass Streak-Free, Car Truck Tutorial5
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