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devils_righthand
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devils_righthand Apr 7, 7:14pm - #437100 
2001 carbont blue Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Michigan
How do you remove decals?

I have this really bad decal sticker on the back of my car. Its one of those dumb auto dealer stickers that for some reason they have to put on your car when you purchase the car. Does anyone know how to remove it? It kind of ruins the look of my celica. Thanks
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SmutasticGT
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SmutasticGT Apr 7, 7:24pm - #437101 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Florida
Yah, with any decal, I just take a blow dryer to it and heat it up and peel it off, then if there is any sticky residue just use some windex or or cleaner to remove it thumbsup
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g96818
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g96818 Apr 7, 8:50pm - #437102 

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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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Hon, HI
use rubbing alcohol to remove the stuff left over thumbsup
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darknite
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darknite Apr 7, 9:02pm - #437103 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Chicago
Go buy something called GooGone at your local Walgreens. It'll work better than alcohol. This stuff will remove the sticky stuff and its very handy to have around.
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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas Apr 7, 9:40pm - #437104 

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2004 Toyota Celica

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Gainesville, FL
yea prettmyuch what he said. use a hairdryer during a warm day to heat up the decal. peel it off. then use rubbing alchohol to get the rest off whole still hot. may need to reheat but thats fine, jsut keep it warm and it will work better smile

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