Tinting is the easiest and most effective way to make your car beautiful, stylish and graceful. In addition, it performs a number of useful functions, for example, it protects the interior from prying eyes, prevents the sun from falling on the upholstery of the seats, and most importantly, protects the driver's eyes from bright light to a small extent. However, it is almost impossible to undergo an inspection with a mirror tint, which is why many car owners have to remove it or change it to ordinary tinted glass.
It is necessary
- - latex gloves;
- - a sponge for dishes;
- - cleaning agent "Dressing duck" (sea);
- - hydrochloric acid.
You can remove mirror tint using one of the following methods. Replace your glasses completely with new ones. This is the most effective and simple way to get rid of tinting, but, unfortunately, it will cost a very round amount of money, and not everyone will be able to use it, given their financial condition.
Contact the wizard for service. There they will do everything for you at the highest level and in the shortest possible time. However, it should be borne in mind that the process of eliminating mirror tinting is much more complicated, which means that the cost for the service provided will be much higher.
Use hydrochloric acid, it is she who is able to dissolve the tinting coating, just be careful and, for safety reasons, wear protective gloves on your hands. Take your time to remove the glass, so it will be easier for you to work. Put it on a flat surface and dilute the acid, the solution should turn out to be weak. Then, using a sponge, apply the resulting composition to the glass surface, and wait 5-7 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with cold water and then repeat the procedure from the beginning. Do this until the glass becomes transparent again.
Try removing the mirror tint with your regular Dressing Duck cleaner. You can buy it at almost any hardware store. Just pay attention to the fact that it must be marked "sea", since it is the composition of this substance that contains hydrochloric acid. You don't have to remove the glass, just cover the upholstery with oilcloth or newspapers just in case. Rub the glass, wait a little and rinse with cool water, then rub again and rinse, and so on until you get the desired result. At the end, rinse and dry the glasses thoroughly.