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runforcover01
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runforcover01 Mar 20, 7:52am - #421311 
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How do i get the sticker off

Well, see i got these two ricer stickers from autozone, and put them on my celi 2 years ago, and i want them off, obviously i cant peel them off, so how do i get them off without damaging the paint??????????????
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speed_celica Mar 20, 8:10am - #421312 

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Use a blow dryer and heat up the sticker to melt the adhesive and then peel it off slowly.
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Vampyre Mar 20, 8:42am - #421313 

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Yep use a blow dryer on a low setting and don't hold it too close to your car otherwise you can potentially wreck the paint. Also, there will be sticky residue so just go buy yourself some Goo-Gone, it's pretty cheap and it works believe me.

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veilside_gt Mar 20, 9:42am - #421314 
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ya goo-gone is the shit, it works to get anythin off
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DJ_NorthStar Mar 22, 2:21am - #421315 
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just act like it's a debadge
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CRBN BLU Mar 23, 5:39am - #421316 

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Originally Posted by runforcover01
Well, see i got these two ricer stickers from autozone, and put them on my celi 2 years ago, and i want them off, obviously i cant peel them off, so how do i get them off without damaging the paint??????????????


I'm just curious, but what stickers did you get and where are they located? I'm not trying to make fun.

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card00d85 Mar 23, 5:46am - #421317 
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Originally Posted by CRBN BLU
Originally Posted by runforcover01
Well, see i got these two ricer stickers from autozone, and put them on my celi 2 years ago, and i want them off, obviously i cant peel them off, so how do i get them off without damaging the paint??????????????


I'm just curious, but what stickers did you get and where are they located? I'm not trying to make fun.


rofl

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jyboygenius Mar 23, 5:47am - #421318 
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Ice scraper.

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CRBN BLU
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CRBN BLU Mar 24, 12:53am - #421319 

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Originally Posted by jyboygenius
Ice scraper.


I'm just going to go out on a limb and say... BAD IDEA. Well, unless it's the glass. If it's on glass, razor blade. But Goo Gone all the way.

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