Have you ever removed tint? If you have, and aren’t a professional shop, chances are once you got the film off you regretted your decision. The adhesive residue left from window tint can be very difficult to remove. Now, what it if I told you that I was able to remove ALL of the residue, in 14 minutes. This is where the IGL Coatings Gluoff comes into play.
To start, you want to have either a heat gun, or a steamer to heat up the adhesive to help it release from the window. The slower you go the less adhesive you will have to remove, so take your time.
Next, grab the IGL Gluoff and spray a section of the window, have a microfiber under to ensure it does not drip onto your door, as it can damage it since it is rather harsh. The sprayer also leaks a tad to be careful. Then grab a stiff sponge, like the DI Bug Sponge, and scrub away. Follow up with a microfiber to pick up the adhesive you have now removed, before it has a chance to dry again.
Repeat this process until all the adhesive is removed. Then spray a few sprays onto the whole window and wipe again with a microfiber to get any residual adhesive. Follow up with a glass cleaner like Meguiars D120 and a glass towel like Griots PFM and boom, tint gone.
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