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Removing window tinting is something that must be done with caution and care, to ensure that no damage occurs to the glass surface or any electronic components nearby.

Car rear window - How to remove window tinting

While there are many DIY guides that suggest removing old window tint by yourself, it’s always better to get this done by professionals; and this is for many reasons:

  • Tools and skill required to remove old film properly – depending on your car’s windows, you may need special tools to remove film from those hard to reach corners. Attempting to remove window film without such tools could lead to damage to your car’s glass and even interior surfaces.
  • Ensuring no sticky residue is left behind – removing your old window tint film improperly could leave the sticky residue of the film behind. This makes the surface of the glass unsuitable for new film and may require specialised cleaning chemicals or compounds to remove properly.
  • Special discounts for recycling old film – Tint a Car buys back your old window film, and this could give you considerable savings off your new tint. Having your tint removed by our professionals could actually save you money!

Head into your local Tint a Car store for more information. Our team is more than happy to assess your individual circumstances and offer expert advice, tips and could even suggest car window tinting film options for your lifestyle.

Replacing car window tint

We offer a wide range of car window tints that can replace damaged tint and last you well into the future.

Our options include:

  • Octane, for the darkest legal tint available;
  • Bolle, for exceptional optical clarity;
  • Midnight Express, for a sleek look and reduced glare and heat;
  • Formula 1, for SPF50+ sun protection; and
  • Unbreakable window film, for security tint film for exceptional security and protection.

Replacing home window tint

We also have high quality tints for your home or office that will keep your building cool and looking good.

Our range of window tints includes:

  • Safety and security films to protect your home, office and contents;
  • Decorative films to give you a modern look to interior glass;
  • Solar films to keep your house cool and comfortable in hot conditions; and
  • EnerLogic window films to insulate your windows and provide year-round energy efficiency.

Expert advice

Head into your local Tint a Car store for more information. Our team is more than happy to assess your individual circumstances and offer expert advice, tips and could even suggest car window tinting film options for your lifestyle.

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