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    Eighth inch frame question

    I am thinking of buying the eighth inch brand track frame, but I am only going to do so if the company stickers are easily removed. By easily removed, I mean, little to no residue leftover. From my experience, every type of "goo gone" or "goof off" type of solvent does a great job of removing sticker residue, but there is always a haze left behind on the nice paint.

    my question is, has anyone done this to an Eighth Inch frame before?

    -Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassclefjeff84 View Post
    I am thinking of buying the eighth inch brand track frame, but I am only going to do so if the company stickers are easily removed. By easily removed, I mean, little to no residue leftover. From my experience, every type of "goo gone" or "goof off" type of solvent does a great job of removing sticker residue, but there is always a haze left behind on the nice paint.

    my question is, has anyone done this to an Eighth Inch frame before?

    -Jeff
    the stickers arent applied when you get the bike. you have to apply them yourself.

    unless youre buying used, then idk...

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    WD40 or baby oil removes sticker residue quite easily too.

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    Stickers come on a sheet so you can apply them as you wish, or not apply them at all. The frame is 100% blank when it arrives, promise.

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