We have a lot of people call in and tell us
that they just bought a used car and ask us how to remove the old bad window film from it
themselves no telling where it was done, what brand it is, or any warranty
information on it. Removing window tinting is not for every one. Removal techniques do
vary from car to car depending on how "sun baked" it is.
If you're industrious and want to remove your
window tint yourself to save some money at your local tint shop when having your windows
re-tinted (because you'll probably want fresh film back on your windows when
you realize how much it was working for you even when worn out). Please feel
free to stop by and let us see it and give you some pointers and a free removal
If you're too far from us to make it by and the local tint shops you've
talked to don't give you a warm fuzzy, then we do offer a
step by step instruction web page explaining the correct techniques in
a step by step manner, proper common tools needed, and common problems to
look out for, (more that can be explained in a quick long distance phone
conversation). This web page tells you how we deal with removing auto window
tinting in our shop here at Blair's Texas Window Tinting & more.
If you find you're
not willing to pay those shop prices of having your old film professionally removed,
this window film removal instruction page
aid you in time spent and damage prevention by telling you how to safely remove
your old "dead" window film yourself in a step by step manner, saving you money,
time, headaches, and eliminating removal costs when having your auto's windows re-tinted.
Click here to access this page.