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It's getting that time of year here in Chicago (damn cold). Has anyone used their rear defroster with their tints on? I have always been afraid to, so I never have....

I heard that they could ruin them or cause bubbles? This may be wrong.

Any info would be appreciated...
 

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I've been using the defrost for two winters now with the factory/dealer tint and there is no noticable problems.

Brian
'99 Inferno Red 2.7L
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Im the same, no problems to report here on this car. But on my old trep there was a spot that had a bit of peeling on the corner, but I think that was due to a bad job on instilation, not the rear defogger.
 

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No problems here..even in houston, we have our share of cool mornings, althought theres really no ice, we get frost, but the defroster gets rid of it in about 10 min.
 

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Well I have had my car for only one winter down in South Carolina. And I have been using my rear defrost with no problems. The guy that installed it, told me not to use it for 4-5 days after it's installed so it can have enought time to dry....I'm sure you'll be ok by using it........... ;)
 

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I've been tinting the windows on my cars for about 10 years on several different cars and have never had a problem even with New England winters.

The tint shop I always use gives you a lifetime warranty, any bubbles, rips or fading and the replace it for free. The shop you had the tints done at should stand behind their work.
 

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the rear defroster actually helps the professional grade tint since it is just like how it is applied to start with :)
 
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