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here it goes: 


1. Put a black trash bag on the non-tinted side of the glass in order to keep that surface away from Ammonia. Meanwhile, cover the tinted surface of the window with soap water. 


2. Spray undiluted ammonia to the tinted-surface. Before that, make everything else inside the car in covered and not to be seen. 


3. Now put the plastic sheet on top of the ammonia surface. Keep it like for a while in l=sunlight to get it soaked. 


4. Peel it off after an hour or so and remove the black trash bag from the non-tinted side. 

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Thanks bassim! I am curious how did the OP get the pain on the window in the first place? Poor performance from some auto repair shop or something else?

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