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12-04-2018 07:07 AM
Rango2018
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Originally Posted by Grampybox View Post
Thanks jkelly,
I've heard of Goo Gone, but not sure where retail outlets hide it. I'll look a little harder lol.
As for the sticker, I believe it is from the glass manufacturer, (Bar code & such), and not between the tint, and the glass. The installer should have removed it, but my son took to one of his half ass buddies.
Check in the Hardware Dept. at your local Walmart, near the paint thinners etc. It's a small red and yellow can that kind of hides on the shelf
02-29-2016 11:47 AM
Grampybox
Thanks jkelly16

It finally got it off. I probably was being a bit impatient at first, but eventually started waiting a few more minutes for it to do it's thing.
02-06-2016 01:48 PM
Grampybox
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Originally Posted by jkelly16 View Post
Goo Gone or similar should work on the tape residue. I would not use a razor blade on the tint as you may cut it. Also every installer I've seen put the sticker between the tint and the glass so it can't be removed without removing the tint.
Thanks jkelly,
I've heard of Goo Gone, but not sure where retail outlets hide it. I'll look a little harder lol.
As for the sticker, I believe it is from the glass manufacturer, (Bar code & such), and not between the tint, and the glass. The installer should have removed it, but my son took to one of his half ass buddies.
02-02-2016 01:57 PM
jkelly16 Goo Gone or similar should work on the tape residue. I would not use a razor blade on the tint as you may cut it. Also every installer I've seen put the sticker between the tint and the glass so it can't be removed without removing the tint.
01-31-2016 02:14 PM
Grampybox
Duct Tape Glue Removal

When I got this Durango last week, it was getting a new right rear window replaced in the door. Prior to the replacement, the PO had used duct tape & plastic to cover the hole. Of course the duct tape left glue behind on the paint, some interior trim, and the small glass not replaced.
What would be a good product for removing the glue & not damaging the clear coat?
Also, the installer left a sticker on the new window. Is it safe to use a razor blade type scraper to remove it without damaging the tint?

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