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Old 07-10-2009, 01:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Terrh View Post
if it's one of those thick plastic ones, just peel it off with fishing line or something, then use goo gone and a cloth to remove the remaining stuff.

if it's a normal decal, you can buy a rubber wheel that goes on a drill and will be amazingly effective at removing it. Goo gone for the remainder.

Some polish and wax after and it'll probably disappear.
For the thick plastic ones, I have just lifted one corner with a fingernail and pulled it off. For the goo that remains, what I did was used a block style pencil eraser and water, and it balled up and came right off. I've never heard of a rubber wheel in a drill, but it would be essentially the same thing. Goo gone does work well too, though it can get messy.


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Old 07-10-2009, 06:09 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Sand-blaster! I hear the rough surface will make the paint like a golf ball and therefore more aerodynamical!
Oh, so you've tried it?
e·co·mod·ding: the art of turning vehicles into what they should be

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I removed mine by getting rear-ended. Quick and easy

I get annoyed at the dealer's attempts at free advertising. I even removed the license plate frames. They want advertising? They can pay be $50/month to leave them on

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