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since now im a millionaire, i might as well share the fortune/wealth.

after removing film there is adhesive left over right? right.

this solution is mostly for back windows, where youhave the defroster elements so is sometimes, not a good idea to use a scrub pad, steel wool, or even a razor :gasp

spray some of this stuff on back window or sides, let it sit for about 10 minutes, without heating (you can if youwant) and when you come back to check it the stuff becomes into water! literally! try it.

its called TINT-OFF and they are based oout in FL. 1-888-846-8633

you'll thank me later

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this is a joke right?.. :spit

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :thumb

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :dunno

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this is a joke right?.. :lol

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :thumb

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :spit

[*]362615

I :dunno Tint's avatar is always smiling at me. :poke

If it can put a dent in dry adheasive without killing the installer or eating away at the window frame then someone is going to make a lot of money.

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this is a joke right?.. :thumb

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :dunno

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :spit

[*]362615

I :lol Tint's avatar is always smiling at me. :poke

If it can put a dent in dry adheasive without killing the installer or eating away at the window frame then someone is going to make a lot of money.

[*]362617

I have used it...and it has a really bad odder to it...you do have to delute it ..and it will streak on door panel and molding if you dont wipe it way before it dries :poke

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but I will add..it does work great when sweating..but be sure to wipe the excess off before it dries on any molding :dunno

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this is a joke right?.. :dunno

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :dunno

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :spit

[*]362615

then you havent used it for a long time like you say "for years" it does work for all.

this is a joke right?.. :lol

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :dunno

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :poke

[*]362615

I :dunno Tint's avatar is always smiling at me. :bingo

If it can put a dent in dry adheasive without killing the installer or eating away at the window frame then someone is going to make a lot of money.

[*]362617

I have used it...and it has a really bad odder to it...you do have to delute it ..and it will streak on door panel and molding if you dont wipe it way before it dries :poke

[*]362620

not as bad "ODOR" like your armpits? :lol2 the scent is strong but that is why its good stuff to use when it comes to removing adhesive.

but I will add..it does work great when sweating..but be sure to wipe the excess off before it dries on any molding :thumb

[*]362622

well shiat man, anything will leave marks or streaks, even water. :poke

maybe the stuff youwere given was cat p1ss :lol

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this is a joke right?.. :nope

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :nope

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :thumb

[*]362615

then you havent used it for a long time like you say "for years" it does work for all.

this is a joke right?.. :lol2

this stuff has been around for years..nothing new here. :lol2

but I will have to say...it does work good on some adhesives..but not all :thumb

[*]362615

I :nope Tint's avatar is always smiling at me. :nope

If it can put a dent in dry adheasive without killing the installer or eating away at the window frame then someone is going to make a lot of money.

[*]362617

I have used it...and it has a really bad odder to it...you do have to delute it ..and it will streak on door panel and molding if you dont wipe it way before it dries :hmmm

[*]362620

not as bad "ODOR" like your armpits? :lol2 the scent is strong but that is why its good stuff to use when it comes to removing adhesive.

but I will add..it does work great when sweating..but be sure to wipe the excess off before it dries on any molding :hmmm

[*]362622

well shiat man, anything will leave marks or streaks, even water. :nope

maybe the stuff youwere given was cat p1ss :lol

[*]362634

then you havent used it for a long time like you say "for years" it does work for all.

im just saying ..I have found some adhesives that it hasnt worked very well on...and all it does is make the glue get all yellow and snotty on some adhesives..and its a PITA when that happens

like I said...use it to sweat the film off and it works great.. on most adhesives

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