Fear is a natural part of daily life and an emotion that all human beings share. Shared fears can breed misinformation that causes unnecessary worry and stress.
You have probably heard of FOMO (fear of missing out), but you may not be familiar with its lesser-known contemporary, FOBT (fear of bad tint). It's important that your company doesn't allow FOBT to prevent you from taking full advantage of the benefits that a window film can offer over time.
At one time or another, a sticker has probably ended up on your windshield or other auto glass. If you removed a sticker, but the sticker left behind a sticky residue, with a little work and troubleshooting you'll be able to get rid of the sticky residue from your auto glass.
#1 Rubbing Alcohol
Take a paper towel and soak it I some rubbing alcohol. Then, take the paper towel and use it to dab at the edges of the sticker.
Television commercials for bathroom cleaners make it look so easy to have a sparkling clean shower enclosure - just spray and instantly wipe away years of ugly grime. In reality, mineral deposits, soap scum, and the fingerprints and general dirt from everyday usage just don't wipe away all that easily. If you are one of the thousands of homeowners who are less than thrilled with the appearance of their shower enclosure, here are some simple tips that - while not magic - can really help.