Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2000 11:53:23 -0500
From: "Eric Law" <elawxnospamxnopsamecsxnospamx.com>
Subject: Re: window tint removal


Re the tint on the rear window (if present): I'd suggest leaving it on! Personally, I *hate* tinted windows. But I've got an '86 9000 with the rear tinted, and it's the only older car I've owned with a 100% functional rear defroster. I think the tint film does a good job of protecting it from damage. IMHO, it's a small price to pay to keep the rear def. working. On the other hand, if you want to remove the film, a razor blade (used VERY carefully to avoid nicking the defroster wires) and a rag moistened with WD-40 to soften the glue, works well. I've heard heat (hair dryer) helps, but never tried it. Eric Law Norman Boyce <normbnopsamties.com> wrote in message news:85banj$amf$1nopsamnews-01.ihighway.net... > All factory windows have a slight tint. There is no factory film tint. To > remove the tint, use a razor blade and start to peel the film. Use a > mixture or soap and water in a spray bottle to remove the glue. If that > doesn't work, use lighter fluid. If you have film over the rear window, > You need to be very careful not to cut the heater elements! It can be > removed, however I would advise you to go to a tint shop to have the film > removed from the rear window. All other windows are easy. > > -- > Norm Boyce > normbnopsamties/dot/com > <TimeRangernopsam.com> wrote in message > news:l+54OCoLklrz3MdG1wnYlOZeQO9Cnopsamcom... > > On Sun, 09 Jan 2000 17:06:35 GMT, Rodel Padua <paduanopsam.com> wrote: > > > > >Hello, I have a 1994 900s with factory tinted drivers and passengers > > >side wiondows. I was told that these are illegal here in Alberta and > > >would like to remove the tinting. Can anyone tell me the best way to do > > >so and what I can expect? > > >Thanks > > >rodel > > > > Totally research the legality of the shade of tint first. I dont know > > how to remove it, but my guess is that you are looking at window > > replacement. > > > > -- > > When a person delegates their responsibilities to another, that person > loses the right to complain about the misuse of those esponsibilities. -R. > Shereda 1999 > >

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