Window tint removal principles are important. Maybe you’re driving a vehicle that has outdated window tinting and you’d like to have it replaced with something a little more modern.
Over time, tint can become damaged. Some bubbles might appear in the film at first and then later settle down and vanish. It becomes a serious problem when you start to see new bubbles forming on the existing tint.
When this happens, you’ll need to remove the tint and replace it with something that provides 99 percent protection against UV rays. Fortunately, it’s not that hard to have the tint removed as long as you’re working with a professional team.
Technicians normally start by finding the edge of where the film was placed. They then use a very thin tool to start picking the edge until they’re able to get it to a point where it’s obvious that the tint and glass are two different substances and they can be pulled apart.
It might be tempting at this point to just start tearing, but that would leave quite a mess on the underlying window glass. That’s exactly why our team would never do something so destructive. The method of removing window film has more sophistication.
Rather than just ripping away at whatever material was installed in the past, a much better solution is to use a heat gun or other warm instrument. This encourages the adhesive to slowly pull away from the original part of the window.
As soon as the old window tint panel reaches a certain temperature, it can normally be pulled away very carefully. Skilled technicians make this part look easy, though it’s really something that you want to leave to the professionals regardless of how simple it may look because any manipulation of the precious material that’s too aggressive could potentially hurt the glass, or at the very least scuff it up.
Once the previous material has been taken off, technicians will make sure to clean the now exposed class. They will make it as clear as it originally was. In general, the process shouldn’t scratch the window, though a botched tint installation could do damage to the windows.
Depending on the specific size of the windows, a slightly different method might need to be used. Despite that, the process is more or less the same. Those bringing cars in from other jurisdictions may actually need to remove some preexisting tint. This is because Nevada has some mild restrictions on where you can have it on your car.
Those who want to make sure that they’re getting window tint done right should request a free online quote from Team Acme. Our crews will always make sure to follow the best industry practices when applying it.
Whether you need to have tinting removed or your window glass repair, make sure to contact Team Acme for more information about the kinds of services that are available to you.
If you have this work done right the first time, then there’s very little concern about it in the future. Properly installed window tinting can be removed with relative ease at least by professionals, satisfying an overwhelming majority of motorists.