The Supreme Court has declared a deadline of May 19 to remove sun film on cars in the country. In the wake of the ruling, many have been in trouble thinking how to remove the stickers on their cars. Private vendors are also taking advantage of car owners' urgency to remove sun films by charging Rs.500 to Rs.800.
However, removing the sun film from your car is not a very hard job if you are patient enough. You can easily remove the sun film without leaving patches or glue on glasses by carefully following these steps.
First of all, let the inside of the car heated up by parking it under the sun for some time. Spray water on the film from inside, close the car and leave it for some more time so that the sticker gets less sticky.
Then start peeling off the film from a coroner with a sharp object. Pull out the peeled part of the film slowly with care. Keep spraying water at the joint of the glass and the film being pulled out so that it doesn't get dry.
If you get some stain on the window even after pulling out the film with much care, apply some window cleaning fluid that is available in the market. Follow these steps and save your money by doing the job yourself.