So you need to remove your dash cam mount from your car windshield. What is the easiest and fastest way? Here is a quick how to using dental floss from your medicine cabinet or the dollar store ( https://amzn.to/2lfJL6l ) .
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You can also use fishing line which will be tougher. You will need about 2-3 yards. Take dental floss and use multiple strands 2 or 3 to create a strong fiber to hold in both hands to cut the mounting foam from the top to bottom.Holding the two ends of floss, slowly cut through the foam. After splitting the foam, you can use your hand to peel back the adhesive foam from the windshield and the dash camera plastic mount. This whole process took about 3-5 minutes and was pretty simple. Repeat the process for the rear camera if it was mounted to the rear glass. Becareful of the heating elements.
The dual dash camera i bought was the AUKEY dual dash camera ( https://amzn.to/2jL5jr3 ) . works well. The reason I needed to take if off was my windshield developed a crack and needed to be replaced. I wanted to save the mount and replace after the new glass was installed. The AUKEY dash cam kit came with multiple 3M foam tape mounts. Otherwise I would have to buy more 3M black vhb foam tape ( https://amzn.to/2jN0cXo ).
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