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Old 08-13-2013, 08:59 PM   #1
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Can anyone please tell me how to get a front windshield banner off without messing anything up

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And the rocker stripes
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Try a hair dryer
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Windshield I would use a razor blade. That how I get mine off. As for the rocker stripes, I'm not an expert with paint, so I dunno what would be best.
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Windshield I would use a razor blade. That how I get mine off. As for the rocker stripes, I'm not an expert with paint, so I dunno what would be best.
Thanks and I guess just wait before I get a paint job and scrape it
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Maybe goof off and a heat gun? Saw it in another post.........
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Maybe goof off and a heat gun? Saw it in another post.........
Preciate it we'll see how that goes.. Hell I might get my paint job sooner
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Use patience and go methodically. Try it in a small area first and then work out from there. When it comes to body and paint time pays off. From prep to finish it's all about details.
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3m makes a wheel thats essentially an eraser, i used it on my 96 v6 cuz i bought doors that had rocker stripes and it did a great job just make sure u dont hold it in one spot too long. As for window id use goof off and a razor blade and dont scratch the windshield. I bought the 3m wheel from napa btw. Heres a link to one on amazon, i dont remember payin this much though. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00063VT0G
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Little late but I used a razor blade
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