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Removing Stickers

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Hayduke, Oct 16, 2000.

  1. Hayduke

    Hayduke 1/2 ton status

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    hey there all,
    i want to put a few stickers on the rig for the upcoming elections, if i stick 'em on the rear glass will they be hard to remove after the elections? any better places or ideas?
    thx,
    HAYDUKE

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  2. MuleMaster

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    On glass is definitely better then on anything others. If You don't leave them on too long, they should come off without any stain.

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  3. 4GUNZ4X4Z

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    Use dishsoap and a flat edge razor to get them off the glass when its time to take em off.[​IMG]

    <font color=blue>Professional <font color=red>JEEP EATER</font color=red>, it's a population control thing</font color=blue>[​IMG]
     
  4. rugger03

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    3M adhesive remover, comes in a 1 quart can for around 10 bucks will disolve even hardened adhesive. even safe to use on cured paint, stain, etc.
     
  5. BlazerGuy

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    Also try heating it with a hair dryer.

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  6. Scoobydoo

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    "GOOF OFF" they sell it at "Home Depot", stuff will clean off any glue, gum, grease, tar, etc... no matter how long it has been on there!
    about $4 a bottle (probably about 16oz)
     
  7. 90K5

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    You might want to try WD40. There isn't much it doesn't work on[​IMG]

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    i agree. wd-40 will take it all off.

    phil
     
  9. Chewy

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    Glass is definately the best place to put stickers. Use a razor blade flat against the glass to remove them. Any left over residue can be removed using "Goo Gone." They sell it in any retail store.

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  10. delta9blazer

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    first, use a little bit of dish soap in water to clean the window. then, spray more on, and position the sticker with the glass wet. this will allow you to move it around and get it exactly where you want it.
    removal depends on the material of the sticker. vinyl is easiest, election stickers won't be on that long. they should peel right off. a razor blade will take care of any remnants.
    for the cheapie paper stickers, and the glue residue from old vinyl stickers, use vegetable oil.
    that's right, vegetable oil. it is safe on all surfaces, environmentally friendly, and it washes up with dish soap.
    i've heard about it for years, and finally tried it. works wonders.

    p.s. vote nader

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    Go with placing the stickers on glass. Removeall is easy with "Goo Gone" and a razor blade. - Jay
     

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