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How do i get the sticky stuff off thats left after removing window tint?

I tinted my car windows, then i took the tint off because i did a Shi++y job. Now how do i get the left over sticky stuff off?!?!!?

Asked By: Kaykay034 - 6/12/2008
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Goo gone and a razor blade... it's a pain to get off!!
Answered By: cbrdgt - 6/12/2008
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wd 40 will work in this case. but it will be a pain to get off!! trust me ive seen my cousin do the same thing!! if the wd 40 doesnt work, than try what the first answer says and go with the sticky goo be gone solution and a razor or something sharp like that. best wishes!
Answered By: Patrick - 6/12/2008
 
Try using a product called WD-40 which is available at any hardware store. Try it out first by spraying a small amount on a small section. Let it stand a few seconds and then wipe clean with a paper towel. If this works then move on to another section. Do this is piece-meal fashion. what you don't want is to have... More
Answered By: Richard B - 6/12/2008
 
goo be gone, lighter fluid or WD-40 will work.
Answered By: Chris - 6/12/2008
 
Lots of elbow grease and a solvent such as mineral spirits, nail polish remover, etc. They make a commercially available tint removal product but nail polish remover is cheaper and works better. A razor blade will help scrape off the residue once the solvent softens it up.
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Answered By: davzack - 6/12/2008
 
A liquid product called acetone or acitone works wonders but will ruin paint. be very careful using it. use in the same way as wd40 but will easily remove glue
Answered By: z s - 6/12/2008
 
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