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post #1 of 23 Old December 18th, 2011, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Question Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

I'm sure this has been covered many times... What is the easiest way to remove the warning stickers and glue without screwing up red plastics?

I'm using a heat gun to rub the sickers off, and my blistered thumb can't take it anymore. Thanks...
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Re: Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

I dont have a RZR but on bikes I just peal the sticker off and use goo gone or something to take the adhesive off. If you have a weenie wheel (eraser wheel used to remove automotive trim tape/emblem tape) this should work but you have to watch it very close. A lot of times it will need buffed from the wheel. I would just pull it off and use something to remove the adhesive on a microfiber cloth
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yes this topic has been thrashed,
look this topic up on your search engine
many many ways


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yes this thread has been thrashed,
look this topic up on your search engine
many many ways

I thought we like to rehash the same topics over and over around here? Come on, someone throw out the fullproof method. :-)
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Come on, someone throw out the fullproof method. :-)

Dude, throw this out dude
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Re: Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

"Dude, throw this out dude"


What exactly are you saying here?
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Re: Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

heat gun and pre clean

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heat gun and pre clean

Thanks.
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Re: Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

Hair dryer and goo gone do a great job

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Re: Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

you need a good gas powered pressure washer, use a semi pin point tip and blast the stickers off. as mentioned above the goo be gone works great with a very soft rag, depending on the size of the sticker you will have to change to a clean spot on the rag frequently. take your time you will get a better product.

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someone up there ^^^ make me laugh

but I will not tell you who

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Re: Easiest Way To Remove Warning Stickers and Glue?

WARM them up with a hair dryer and then use goo be gone or wd 40 for the glue. DONT get it to hot or it will break, you just want them to be warm so they stretch and will peel right off.
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Goo gone can be a little harsh on paint or clear coat. WD40 works well.
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I took my stickers off 2 days ago and will be trying the wd-40 method tomorrow for the glue. Ill let you know how it works out.
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mineral spirits aka parts washing fluid will remove the glue pretty easy

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