If you are looking for a complete window tint removal, let Eden Auto Glass take care of the chore for you. Removing window tint takes more than a simple razor. One reason this job can be a challenge is that most window tint is applied with two layers. The first layer may come off easily, but many people who try to remove their own tint run into problems removing the second applied layer. It can look like tearing, flaking, peeling and sticking. This isn’t just an eyesore on your vehicle; it can also be a driving hazard.
Don't Mess With DIY Tint Removal
Eden Auto Glass has the chemicals, tools, skills and experience required to soften and then remove the window tint. By choosing to take on the task, you could be left with poor visibility from the patchy remnants on your windows. This can also lower your car’s resale value.
An at-home removal can also cause permanent damage to the defroster lines. This usually happens when a lack of tint removal experience combines with mishandling a razor while scraping off the tint, leading to a defroster line being cut. This can completely disable your defroster, a key part of your vehicles functioning, especially in cooler weather. You could also face the possible loss of function to your radio antennae. Because the antennae runs along the defroster line, if one is cut, it’s quite possible both functions will be lost.
Window Tint Installed Correctly The First Time
Reapplying and repairing a poorly-done window tint film is a difficult task. Eden Auto Glass knows how to work with the material, which can often be even more sticky and difficult the second time around. That’s why they also offer original installation of window tint film, along with having the resources to fix any issue you might be having with your current tint.