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Old 07-24-2016, 11:08 PM   #11
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If the sticker is still on then make sure you heat it with a heat gun before removing it. I find way less residue left behind.

On another note, I want that style of screen door opener. Any chance you could post the dimensions? And maybe a part number. Mine has the sliding white plastic you have to slide open to unlatch the screen. Those (that you have) are way better.

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Old 07-24-2016, 11:33 PM   #12
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If the sticker is still on then make sure you heat it with a heat gun before removing it. I find way less residue left behind.

On another note, I want that style of screen door opener. Any chance you could post the dimensions? And maybe a part number. Mine has the sliding white plastic you have to slide open to unlatch the screen. Those (that you have) are way better.

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I'm going in to have some work done on my back in the morning so I'll be out of commission for a few days. When I get a chance I will take a tape out and measure the slider and see if there is a brand name and number on it.

I will be honest, I'm so trained from having the type that you have that I haven't adapted to using the mechanism as it was designed.
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Old 07-25-2016, 04:56 AM   #13
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Is goo gone safe on plastic

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Be very careful with GooGone on plastic. It may damage the finish.
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50/50 mix of fabric softener and warm water in a squirt bottle. This is an old wallpaper technique I use. Just need score the sticker so it can penetrate. The fabric softener dissolves the glue and doesn't smell bad either. Took thousands of yards of wallpaper down with this technique.
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Old 07-25-2016, 06:54 AM   #15
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I used goo-gone to remove the residue from the stickers that were inside the plastic kitchen sink. It worked great, no problems.
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I will test a small area regardless. Will try the wd40 first as that's what I have.

Like the fabric softener idea as well. Never heard of that before.

I plan on removing the slider from the door first

Appreciate all the suggestion

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I use WD-40, works good
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Old 07-25-2016, 06:39 PM   #18
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Ventured out with my can of WD. A terrycloth rag, liberal soak with some WD40, and a little elbow and it is now clean with no ill effects

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If the sticker is still on then make sure you heat it with a heat gun before removing it. I find way less residue left behind.

On another note, I want that style of screen door opener. Any chance you could post the dimensions? And maybe a part number. Mine has the sliding white plastic you have to slide open to unlatch the screen. Those (that you have) are way better.

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It measures 9.5"h x 12"w. No part number. But is embossed with www.lci1.com which I believe is lippert.

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It measures 9.5"h x 12"w. No part number. But is embossed with www.lci1.com which I believe is lippert.

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Went to the lippert store and came up with this

https://store.lci1.com/slider-screen-towable-w-knob

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