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Old 04-17-2012, 08:07 AM   #11
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We have this problems with removing stickers and name plates on motorcycles, heat it with a hair dryer, peel it off slowly and use WD40 to remove the glue left behind,
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Thanks for all the tips, the hair dryer and WD40 trick worked perfect!
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Thanks for all the tips, the hair dryer and WD40 trick worked perfect!
You are welcome, I use that trick to remove stubborn decals all the time. Once you soften that glue, it is a piece of cake.
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