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Old 05-24-07, 01:37 PM
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removing dealer stickers from bumper

Any advice on removing the car dealers sticker they stick on the bumper. I have tried ooops with little luck. I want to remove it so I can artisticly stick bicycle and running, and triathlon stickers. I have a 1997 Ford Crown Victoria with a hard plastic bumper...
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Old 05-24-07, 03:13 PM
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Goo Gone or WD-40.
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Old 05-24-07, 03:50 PM
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weird most car dealers add decals to the upper left corner of the trunk best way is goo gone and a hair drier
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Old 05-24-07, 05:46 PM
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Old 05-25-07, 01:11 PM
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thank you thank you thank you! I used wd40 and elbow power and my snow scrapper from my trunk. it came off completly after a few minutes. I had no idea wd40 can do that! Thank you again.
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WD-40 has magical powers...... Use them wisely.
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Originally Posted by slowandsteady
WD-40 has magical powers...... Use them wisely.
Well that and duct tape, they can fix anything.
If it moves and its not supposed to, use the duct tape; if it doesn't move and it should, use the WD-40.
Duct tape is like The Force- it has a good side, a dark side and it holds the universe togther.
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