HOW TO: Remove Old Car Window Tint With STEAM! Conair Turbo Extreme Steam Hand Held Steamer

So 2017 Chevy Volt aftermarket car window tint film was failing and started to bubble. I was not able see to through it and needed to re tint it. The tint shop I went to closed down. Tint shops wanted about $150 to remove it and $100 for a new tint. So i decided to DIY this and save money.

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So the steam process of removing tint is simple and will take about 1 hour or so for me to do. I done this before with my other cars year ago. Typically car tint lasts about 5 years before it starts bubbling in the rear window.

I used my old Conair Extreme Turbo Hand Held Steamer ( https://amzn.to/2TWJO8L ) as a steamer to melt the adhesive and safety remove the tint from my rear window with defroster lines. I bought Conair Turbo Extreme 2 IN 1 Steamer and Iron ( https://amzn.to/3GotO1X ) , however I didnt want to dirty it with adhesive for my clothing. Secondly, the Conair Extreme Turbo Hand Held Steamer ( https://amzn.to/2TWJO8L ) was easier to handle, was more focused steam area for better control, and steamed very fast. I also used some microfiber towels ( https://amzn.to/3RBGaKa ) to absorb the adhesive on the final cleaning.

Basic Steps:
Work one corner of the tint use the steam to heat the adhesive. I kept the steam 1-2 cm from the window.
In a few seconds the tint will release from the glue.
I pulled one corner and continued to heat and slowly pull the tint away from the glass and defroster lines. You want the steam to release the adhesive, dont force it.
After all the tint is removed. There may be adhesive on the glass.
Wrap the microfiber towel over the hand held steamer and use it to melt and absorb the adhesive.
I had to run to passes to get all the adhesive off.

Overall it took about 1 hour to remove the tint and adhesive. Next time it would probably take 30 mins as I was being very careful.

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REVIEW: Cordless Stick Vacuum $129 – Best Feature: No Trigger for MAX Power!

If your wondering if a generic cordless stick vacuum ( https://amzn.to/3mAJ9EB ) is worth it, then your in luck cuz i just reviewed this one that i have been using for the past 2 weeks. I will do a review and unboxing. It costs about $120-$140 and is a fraction of the cost of a SHARK Cordless PET PLUS Stick Vacuum – ( https://amzn.to/3I8cuix ) i bought a few months ago.

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Our Dyson DC07 ( https://amzn.to/3sAQ7vo ) floor vacuum after over 18 years started to fail. So we went to and got a SHARK Cordless PET PLUS Stick Vacuum – ( https://amzn.to/3I8cuix ). We liked the light weight and convenient aspect of a cordless stick vacuum. I gave the Shark to my parents and got this $129 generic cordless stick vacuum ( https://amzn.to/3mAJ9EB )

This does not remotely compare to the high quality Dyson Stick Vacuums V10 or V12 ( https://amzn.to/3aHefHY ). However for a fraction of the price, it works well for the price and provides good value. If you have wood or laminate floors, then this vacuums well, has good suction. The only draw backs is finding a replacement battery or internal HEPA filters parts for this after a year of use.

Here are the pros and cons of this $100 – $140 stick vacuum unit cordless stick vacuum ( https://amzn.to/3mAJ9EB )
PROS:
Lightweight.
easy to handle.
no silly trigger to need to hold.
good suction.
good battery life about 20-30 minutes of medium to high power vacuum.
Simple to maintain and take apart to clean roller and entire vaccum system.
Can be stored vertical and saves space.

CONS:
Not sure were to get a spare 29V battery.
Charge time in 4-5 hours for 20 – 45 minutes of use.
Small waste container capacity.
HEPA filter is washable but replacement if broken may be hard to find.

Overall, the SHARK Cordless PET PLUS Stick Vacuum – ( https://amzn.to/3I8cuix ) is a great vacuum for the small home or apartment. But this generic cordless stick vacuum ( https://amzn.to/3mAJ9EB ) one costs nearly half the price with similar results. You get great accessories for many cleaning situations. The suction is good for a stick vacuum. If you want a larger more powerful vacuums then get a upright.

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REVIEW: Costco AutoSpa Suds N Spray Foam Car Wash System – $19 on sale! ( $25 )

I bought a Costco AutoSpa Suds N Spray Foam Car Wash System for $19 today. It was normally $25. Its a car wash foam blaster that does not need a pressure washer, just a garden hose! There are other car wash garden hose foam wash systems ( https://amzn.to/3x6HkWj ) online!

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A few months ago I bought new Foam Cannon ( https://amzn.to/3rAoQcE )for my pressure washer at home. This is a review after using it on multiple car washes. But the hassle of taking out my 1600 PSI pressure washer ( https://amzn.to/3KwNS54 ) to setup and put away made it only good for washing multiple things around the house. Or even using specific car foam cannon soap like Mr Pink ( https://amzn.to/3rKllQO ), after I run out of my wash and wax stock.

Why I bought it. If i am regularly washing my car, i just want suds to lift the dirt during the wash. This AutoSpa Suds N Spray Foam Car Wash System seems to do it very well. I am using Meguiars car wash and wax soap ( https://amzn.to/3Iv5mx2 ) as I have a jug of it in my garage. It takes about 3 -4 capfulls. The results are pretty good.

What you get:
Foam cannon that works with just a garden hose. No pressure washer needed! Soaking wheel brush adaptor. Wash mitt with adjustable hand strap.
I mainly got it for the foam cannon the other items are just value add.
I didn’t want to drag out my pressure washer every time I wanted to use foam soap.

Easy to use:
Fill to soap line and add water.
Not heavy easy to use. All plastic easy to clean and store.
Spray, lather, spray again, remove head and rinse and dry.

Pros
Super convenient foam from a garden hose – no pressure washer needed.
Uses normal car shampoo
Foam helps lift up dirt from paint prior to washing
Good if you wash two cars or a pa

Cons:
Not super foamy like pressure washer cannon , but very sudsy – gets the job done.
Uses more car shampoo than just bucket washing ( 1-2 capfuls versus a few 4-6 capfuls )

Not enough pressure, only sprays 3-4 feet of suds so I cannot use it for washing windows.

Overall, worth it for fast and easy car cleaning at home without needing to power up and prep a pressure washer and foam cannon. You can also

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