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Old 12-12-2015, 09:22 AM   #1
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Window Tint Damage

Just purchased a "previously enjoyed" Cardinal 35CKT. The rear window is cloudy in spots. It looks like the window was washed with something that damaged the window tint. I don't know if the tint was factory or third party.

It seems my options may include:
1. DIY repair using Tint-Off or similar product and retinting myself
2. Using a professional service to repair / replace the tint, or
3. Replace the window itself.

Does anyone have any experience on repairing damaged window tinting that could give me a recommendation on what to do?

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Ron
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It is not dual pane windows with fogging is it?
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It is not dual pane windows with fogging is it?
It is a single pane window. The cloudy area is in the center with obvious scrub marks. The borders of the window remain clear.
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Ron,

Costwise, it seems like you would have little to lose by trying to make the repair yourself first. You could always go with one of your other options, if it doesn't suit you.

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