Originally Posted by Ladywendolyn
We have a car dealership and have to remove decals on a regular basis. We use a blow dryer on the high setting as the heat gun can burn a surface if your not careful. We take off the remainder with goo gone..
The best option would have a car dealer remove them. They are experts at taking off decals.
They put a car dealer advertisement on my 2008 F250 just prior to me signing the papers. I said nope, the deals off. I charge $100 a month to advertise, either write up that contract, take off your advertisement, or the deal is off. The decal came off and no remaining signs it was ever there. So I know they are very good at removing them. LOL. Some people have asked what would I do if I had already signed the papers. Ask them nicely of course, if no results, I would file a police report for mal-mish on my vehicle and turned it into my insurance company. LOL
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