STEP TWO: HEAT APPLICATION AND REMOVAL
With your chosen heat source, start applying heat to the exterior side of the glass from which you are about to remove the tint. The perfect temperature is 42 degrees — this amount of heat will remove the most adhesive compound when you go to pull the tint film off. Once the glass is hot to the touch, pick at the tint film in one of the top corners, enough to grab onto with your fingers. Once you have enough to grab, move the heat source to the interior side of the window and start removing the tint, remembering to maintain heat on the film. Pull the film downward, but don’t completely pull it off the window. The tint film can now double as a protectant for your door card when you spray on your window cleaner, and remove any remaining adhesive.