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auto window glass tint

Posted by bc on August 11th, 2000 04:21 PM

Anybody got any idea what will take off old and bubbled window tint off of a rear window with defrost wires under the tint? Besides the bubbles, I can't hardly see through it any more. Some replacement tint says to use ammonia to take it off. I've tried it but it only removes the sticky glue once the tint is pulled off the glass. Because there is a defrost wire every inch, I can't scrape it with a blade. I've tried thinner, acetone, paint stripper, mineral spirits, heat, razor blades, chisel, and everything else laying around the garage to no avail. Mineral spirits seems to soften it a little but not enough to cause it to unstick. I can cut at a bubble and peel the quarter sized bubble site but that is about it. Thanks in advance and put your bill on my tab.

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