Does any one know how to remove the tint from the inside of the rear window without damaging the heated element

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Asked by May 20, 2009 at 07:21 AM about the Honda Prelude

Question type: Car Customization

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A metal tint scraper, a lot of care and a steady hand. :D That or you can go to a really good tint shop bro. :D

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yea man either do it urself or take it somewhere to get it done.

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Thanks folks, I parked it in the sun to heat it all up and get the stuff soft, peeled the black off in one go, more or less, was left then with a gluey gooey residue which was beeing very stuborn so petrol on a kitchen pad got it off.

pay to get it done to take it off and replace will cost you 150$ well worth it

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