the tint on my sunroof is all messed up looking, it looks like it starting to fade on one side and peel and its just starting to get really ugly and piss me off. i bought some new window tint but i can't think of a good way to get the old off since it's not glass...somone help...please. what should i do?
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Posts: 1,696Polykarb Metal Storm 2040
I had to have my car fixed and took it to a body shop. I guess some retard there thought "ill just take a razor and scrape off the faded part of the glass". So i get back a week later to see my sun roof scraped all to hell because this guy went at the fade with a vengence. They denied the whole thing and i just didnt have the time to fight them over it so now im gona try to just retint it or something.
dang yal, i am on the same boat here, but the hing was that there is a shop here in Fresno Ca. that gave me a deal on scraping off the tent and polishing it out for me. He did a super-d-duper job with it and he also buff my baby out too... all for a decent price. I sure hope you find a way to fix your, cause i know how it feels.
a bowl of rice, fried chicken, and a glass of water!
Im taking my car to his shop this week wil lget pics up with whatever design I decide to go with Might cover the whole thing with silver to match the rest of my stuff then put a biohazard or TRD logo overley on that in blue.. will have to see
when I got my sunroof replaced under warranty the new one came with a sticker on the underside that said not to get any type of buffer or wax near the sunroof because of the type of resin its made out off. If your local detail shop or you have rubbed it even slightly with wax your going to get peel sooner or later... So dumb.. But I guess you have to sacrific something to save on weight.. I was still under my basic 36,000 warranty when this happened.
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