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How To: Remove window tint at home

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to remove old window tint. This task is very easy, simple and fast to do. Users will need a steam cleaner. Begin by peeling off the top part of the tint on the window. As you are peeling down the tint, spray the steam cleaner behind the tint. This will prevent any marks from being left behind. Continue doing this until you have completely removed the tint. This video provides a demonstration for viewers to understand and follow along. This video will ...

How To: Remove rear window tint

There are several ways you can remove window tinting. This video will show you how you can use a steamer and razor blade to peel and scrape of the tinting of a back window in a car. The steam heater will get the tint coat to separate from the glass. Depending on how old and the quality of the tint will determine how easy this process is. Hopefully you have a good tint job which will allow for easier removal. You can use Windex to finish removing any residue left when you are done. You may nee...

How To: Remove window tint with a steam cleaner

In this tutorial, we learn how to remove window tint using a steam cleaner. First, take your steam cleaner and plug it in so that it's hot. Now, put it into the crack of the window and spray the steam, while gently pulling the window tint down. If you do this slowly enough, you will not have any glue residue left onto your window. The glue is hard to get off, so it's recommended to go very slowly while you are doing this. Each window will take up to 40 minutes, but it will be worth it. When f...

How To: Remove window tint

Is the tint on your windows losing its luster? In this video, learn how to remedy a bad window tint. All window film deteriorates with age and eventually have to be removed. Two of the most common symptoms of dying film are the dreaded "purple film" and the "bubbling film". Purple film is caused by non-metallic dyes in the film breaking down and changing color. Bubbling film is a sign that the adhesive used to apply the tint to the window is failing. After a single bubble appears, many more w...

How To: Remove car window tint

Depending on what state you are in will have different laws on the amount of tint that is legal to have on your car window. If your tint is too dark for the state you are in there is a way that is not too difficult for you to remove the tint yourself. You will have to heat up the car but having it in the sun and running it with the heat and defrost on until the window is hot. Then you will simply have to catch the edge of the tint with a new razor blade and start to peal. It should come off i...

How To: Remove old car window tint

If you've decided that you want to scrape the tint off of your vehicle's windows, you're going to want to watch this video tutorial. In order to strip the tin from the windows, you'll need a single-edged razor, a cleaning rag and an all-purpose spray cleaner. Scrape at the corner of the tint film with the razor and peel it off. Spray the cleaner on the glass , then put back the film onto your automobile's window. Wait about twenty minutes and pull it of again. Now, spray off more cleaner and ...

How To: Heat shrink rear window tint

In this video, we learn to heat shrink a rear window tint. First, prep your window using soapy water. Next, rinse with car with a soapy cloth and spread on the lather. After this, let it dry and cut the film around the pattern. Next, create an anchor by dampening in an 'h' shape. Next, lay the window film down with the liner side up. Anchor the film onto the window along the 'h' shape. Make sure your fingers are vertical, then heat the film until the lines react. Then, smooth on with the hand...

How To: Apply car window tint

In this online video series learn tips and techniques on how to apply window tint to a car from expert window tint specialist Ronald Sanders. He will teach you about tint tools, different shades of tint, how to prep windows for tinting, how to apply window tint, how to heat shrink the tint, how to maintain window tint, and what are some benefits of window tint.

How To: Tint the rear window of a vehicle

The rear window is by far the hardest to tint due to the curvature from side to side and usually top to bottom as well. But don't worry, this video will walk you through the tricks to getting that film to lay flat. NOTE: this strip method is older and will work but is rarely used today - there is a one piece shrink fit method used instead.

How To: Remove tint from a car

Removing tint from a car can be complicatedly sticky and leave a really bad result on your windows. If you feel like a change, or if you got a ticket for too dark tint, follow the steps in this tutorial and learn how to remove the tint yourself. This will save you money and save your windows in the process. Check it out!

How To: Tint Your Status Bar's Color to Match Apps on Your HTC One

The little black status bar at the top of your screen is great for at-a-glance info, but let's face it—it's pretty ugly. If you want to hide it completely, only showing it when you need it, check out our guide on using Immersive Mode in KitKat. However, if you want to keep the at-a-glance convenience and have it blend in with your apps, try out Tinted Status Bar.

How To: Smoke Your Tail Lights

The guys at PoorManMods show you how to smoke or tint your taillights using a spray tint by VHT. Simply clean off the taillight to prep it. Spray one to three even coats of tint on the taillight for your desired result. Let them dry, put them on the car, and the stand back and admire your work!

How To: Make a tinted moisturizer using foundation and lotion

In order to make your own Tinted Moisturizer, you will need the following: lotion and foundation. In advance, you will need to select an appropriate foundation and moisturizer. The foundation that you choose should be very close to your current complexion. Mixing it with lotions will dilute it a bit, but it will still need to be close to your current complexion to blend in well.

How To: Split tone in Lightroom

This video shows the method to split tone in Lightroom. Firstly, go to the 'Grayscale' button to change the photo into black & white. Go to the split toning section and change the tint into the color you want using the 'hue' option. You can also use the 'Highlights' option to select the color and see the preview. Bring the saturation down to get the right color. Repeat the same procedure with the shadows. Choose the right tint for shadows. Hold the 'Alt' key down to see the effect of change i...

How To: Apply Meagan Good inspired makeup

This simple video is a quick description of a woman applying makeup to her face in small, descriptive steps. She already appears wearing small amounts of makeup including large amounts of blue eyeshadow as well as lipstick. She then takes a brush and starts to apply tinting hues of color to her upper eyebrows-followed by that, she takes the same brush and applies tinting color to her lower eyelash line. Next, she goes over the pigment once again with her fingers to remove any excess pigment a...

How To: Use Color Adjustments in Photoshop Express for More Vibrant Images

Imagine an Instagram feed filled with a wild array of vivid color. Beautiful right? But when you look at the photos in your iPhone or Android phone's albums, they're all just too dull to pull off that dynamic look. There's no doubt that colorful images are more eye-catching than dull ones, so how do you get your photos to overflow with vibrant color? The answer: Add it in post.

How To: Adjust eye color in Adobe Photoshop CS3

This video is about how you can change someone's eye color. The first thing to do is to load up a picture in which you want the eye color to change. The next step is to zoom in the eye that you're interested in working on. Just simply press "D" button on the keyboard and draw a rectangular shape on the eye. Now that you've zoomed in, make a selection of the iris, the part that we want to change the color on. The first thing is, you need to set up colors found on the lower left of the window. ...

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