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TRD Guy
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i just heard that the rear takes a very long time, cuz u gotta scrape it and everythin cuz of those defroster...
 

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err...i'd be a lot more careful when removing rear tint...if you just take it off like you do the other parts of your tint, you will mess your defroster up

i think it's worth it to just have the people at a shop take it off...but that's me
 

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TN's Resident Car Whore!
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all i can say is don't go by using a razor to take it off. i tried it and it took me forever. best thing to just take it to a shop and have it done unless the ammonia thing works.
 

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Yea, I went to the shop and they said that they are not responsible if the defroster does rip off. With that being said, you basically going on a no guarantee basis. I think I would be more careful than an employee who is not liable for damaging the defroster. Although I do have another option, I want to make my tints 20% b/c 35% really doesnt do much.

There's really nothing wrong with the rear tint as far a bubbles and peeling is concerned, would it be a better choice to have them just retint over the existing tint??
 
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