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Old 07-21-2015, 08:00 AM   #1
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I have the MMD rear window louvers and some of the pieces that hold it together keep snapping..I already sealed some of the prices that hold it down with the supplied silicone. Does anyone know what will take the silicone clean off my glass???

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I mean pieces not prices lol

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I have the MMD rear window louvers and some of the pieces that hold it together keep snapping..I already sealed some of the prices that hold it down with the supplied silicone. Does anyone know what will take the silicone clean off my glass???
Hey Luis - Sorry to hear about that but can you post up a picture of what you're referring to? If it's the brackets themselves and they're not going to be useable we're happy to get you a replacement hardware pack shipped out to keep those suckers on the car. Just let me know or shoot me a PM with your info and I can make that happen.

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Hi thank you for help! I've ordered like 3 sets before though I don't know if that's an issue?lol its not the first time

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Hey Luis - Sorry to hear about that but can you post up a picture of what you're referring to? If it's the brackets themselves and they're not going to be useable we're happy to get you a replacement hardware pack shipped out to keep those suckers on the car. Just let me know or shoot me a PM with your info and I can make that happen.

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I mean I like them but I'm also thinking of keeping them off for awhile since I use the car now as a daily driver...is there any way to remove the silicone?

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Since you say it's on the glass I say use a razor blade.


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You think so? I was thinking that to, but I don't know I'd it'll scratch it. Unless I use like an adhesive remover with it?

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You think so? I was thinking that to, but I don't know I'd it'll scratch it. Unless I use like an adhesive remover with it?

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I've used razor blades on glass without issue. adhesive remover will make it easier id bet just don't leave it on the paint. Just wash it off if ya do. Pretty sure it could be bad for it


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Use a razor blade. Don't cuz just slide the blade so it's close to flat. Just like your scrapping ice off your windows in the morning.


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I mean I like them but I'm also thinking of keeping them off for awhile since I use the car now as a daily driver...is there any way to remove the silicone?
Luis -Anytime sir!

I just wanted to make sure. 3 sets of the brackets or the kit itself!?

If you're planning on pulling them off just like what's been said here would work fine.

1. Razor ( Go at it slowly, Lie the blade flat to avoid scratching/scoring the glass

2. Any residual material can be removed with either a hair-dryer and some 3M Adhesive Remover or goof-off.

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