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Old 03-15-2016, 01:14 PM   #1
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Hi , thanks to all who are welcoming via message ,, my husband , wants to trade the 14 GT in for the 16GT I'm not too pleased with the decision, but respect it. He wants to give it back with my Christmas gift & I want them off, not giving my window covers away , they're getting it back the way I got it , help?
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Take some fishing line and use it like a saw. It will cut the 3m tape and not damage your covers. When there off you can clean the rest up with some Goo Gone.
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Might be able to carefully peel them off or use a razor blade for help. The 3M will be destroyed but easy enough to replace.


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Take some fishing line and use it like a saw. It will cut the 3m tape and not damage your covers. When there off you can clean the rest up with some Goo Gone.
This should do it. You will definitely need to replace the tape if you are going to use them again.
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Take some fishing line and use it like a saw. It will cut the 3m tape and not damage your covers. When there off you can clean the rest up with some Goo Gone.
That's the way to go. I had to remove mine after a bad install. Definitely use some Goo Gone and plenty of elbow grease. I was actually surprised that everything came off without damaging anything.

Make sure you give yourself an hour or so. Best of luck.
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There is a video on YouTube that shows you step by step. It help us out.
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Take some fishing line and use it like a saw. It will cut the 3m tape and not damage your covers. When there off you can clean the rest up with some Goo Gone.
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Thank you , and to the others who answered , don't want to trade in my 14 GT Grabber Blue, but if I do , I might just leave them on , they look good , so let the other buyer get them to enjoy
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