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C-64 tint glue remover

Has anyone used this stuff? C-64 I have tint glue on three of my windows and would really like to get it off.

If anyone has any experiance just let me know, if not I'm going to try this stuff.

I'll post before and after pictures if I use it.
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I personally like Windex... thats just me...
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will that remove the glue from tint that was improperly removed?
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I don't know if windex would fully dissolve the glue though. Try a razor blade to aid the cause.
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I was thinking acetone of the goo be gone might work well too. I'll try a couple different things and let everyone know which one worked best
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dude, i stripped my old tint..i used soapy water and a straight edge (razor blade) worked awesome!
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I used to work in a tint shop and we used amonia mixed with a little water in squirt bottle. and a razor blade and a sponge. Let it sit in the sun for a little while and it will be easier to remover the glue.
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Well I used straight acetone, and it ate the glue off the window. It worked real well, took me about 10 minutes to do the whole driver side window. And I got the acetone for it for free from a lady at Advance Auto Parts that I flirted with. So it took me 10 minutes of my time, and no money to do.
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...And I got the acetone for it for free from a lady at Advance Auto Parts that I flirted with. So it took me 10 minutes of my time, and no money to do....
+1 that is how you do things...

Good Work my friend!
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i also heard simple green
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