i use wd-40 oil if it is on the window. i would lightly spray sticker.do not let the over spray run down window by holding cloth rag underneath sticker as you spray and begin peeling sticker off the window. spray a little more oil if needed on the back of sticker to help keep it wet until removed. the left over paper from the sticker can be scraped off with a rag due to the wd40 oiliness. clean your windows and trim. done. However, do not use wd40 on stickers on the painted body because wd40 will ruin your paint or/and wax.
Sounds like it's the dealer name sticker on the body, not the window/glass sticker. Definitely be careful getting it off the body to avoid scratches. I'd recommend keeping the area clean and wet using warm soapy water during the process. If it's been on there for a while, warming it slowly with a hairdryer might help loosen up the adhesive.
You think that's bad.... The Jeep had a 3x2 inch sticker on the rear chrome piece above the license plate - just to let you know there is button to open the rear hatch! Took over an hour to take it off. I can't tell you how many Jeeps I see with the sticker still on!
soapy water solution and either plastic scraper designed for the task or your fingernail. Slowly.
Looking to clean the acrylic headlight lens covers on my new (to me) girl. Anyone have ideas how best way to return the front lens covers to original sheen? Is the foggy-look just in the outside, or must I clean inside cover?
:DHey, everyone - more in the info/pics series documenting returning my recently-purchased CPO 2015 QX70 (which can still be helpful to FX owners when detailing);
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Rear Bumper Faded Black Trim B4 restoration
Rear Bumper Faded Black Trim after restored w/Mother's Back To...
the paint looked really dull & tired. i noticed i was getting a lot of paint transfer on the orange pad. i decided to switch to the green pad which for the brand of pads i use is just a little less aggressive.
yellow,orange,green then blue which is the least agressive.
with a green pad i was...
What’s the best product to use on black interior trim that doesn’t leave streaks and/or keeps dust/lint specks from collecting?
This is my fist vehicle with black trim, and for someone that a bit OCD/Anal, I’m constantly wiping the away at the particles of dust/lint; drives me insane! 🤬