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Two simple methods of removing window film on cars

windowGlass films that have been damaged or in old age can reduce the appearance of your car as well as reduced its main function, namely as protector inside the cabin of your car. Some things that indicate that the film had to be replaced is the appearance of air bubbles in the glass films, as well as the fading of color film, for example, turn out to be purple. Meanwhile, fading window film can also be caused by non-metallic dyes on glass films have been broken. If you directly remove the film by pulling away, then the result will not be perfect, and there are still remnants of torn window film on your car. Then how to remove window film on your car? Below I will present information on how to remove window film on cars.
Removing window film on cars with the heating method
This heating method can be done by using heating devices, such as steamer used to eliminate odors in the car or it could also use simple tools, namely hair dryer or hair dryer is used in salons. If you use a hair dryer heating, the distance should not be too close, because the heat generated from a hair dryer is too high for the capacity of window film. Heat the end of the first portion of window film to release it by itself and can be withdrawn using a nail. Pull the peeling section slowly while continuing to heat the film that has not been peeled off gradually. Clean the remaining glue adhesive window film that is still attached to your windshield using a soft cloth or towel. Press hard until the glue is attached to the cloth or towel. The next step is to clean the windshield using glass cleaner used to clean the glass in your home.
Removing window film on cars with lathering method
This method could be an option for those who do not have the heater. This method is done by first making scratches on the glass cutter uses the film to be released, and then pull on the scratch section. Window film will not peel off neatly, and remains into pieces. After that, peel the glue using a cutter. The next step is to clean the windshield with glass cleaner.