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Help...need a good way to take off a decal #85618 Jan 18, 1:28pm Jan 18, 1:28pm
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Help...need a good way to take off a decal
i have to dealer decal when i brought my car, i try to take it out, but it was so damn hard. Well, does anyone have any ideas for me? to help me out


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Re: Help...need a good way to take off a decal [Re: xrage4200] #85619 Jan 18, 2:14pm Jan 18, 2:14pm
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get a hairdryer and heat it up first. then use goo gone or a product similar to it to remove the clue thats left over.

Re: Help...need a good way to take off a decal [Re: spaztikid] #85620 Jan 18, 2:20pm Jan 18, 2:20pm
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
get a hairdryer and heat it up first. then use goo gone or a product similar to it to remove the clue thats left over.


yeah get a hairdryer and heat it up... if its just a little sticker buy a plastic, yes, plastic razor and peel it off. if its like the "toyota" or "gt/gts" dental floss works good. and finishe her up with some of that googone type stuff. thumbsup

Re: Help...need a good way to take off a decal [Re: xrage4200] #85621 Jan 18, 2:26pm Jan 18, 2:26pm
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Mcguirer's quick detailer is a good way to remove any extra glue . Thats what I used after the blow dryer and dental floss.

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