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Old 02-28-2016, 09:28 AM   #1
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When we bought our camper, the dealership had two stickers on the front of it. They removed one but left the other. What's the best way to remove it and get the stickiness off? There's dirt sticking to the camper where they removed one of the stickers and it looks awful. TIA.
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You can use a heat gun to remove the existing sticker there is a product called goof off that does a good job of removing the glue. Test it first on a spot away from view like you would any product
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WD40. Let it soak on and the sticker will come off with no harm to RV surface.


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Yep, GOO Gone or Goof Off! Youroo!!
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2x on the goo gone
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Old 02-28-2016, 12:17 PM   #6
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No heat gun? use hair dryer
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2x on WD-40
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WD 40 works wonders
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When we bought our camper, the dealership had two stickers on the front of it. They removed one but left the other. What's the best way to remove it and get the stickiness off? There's dirt sticking to the camper where they removed one of the stickers and it looks awful. TIA.
You can use lighter fluid to remove glue or similar solvent without harming the
surface.
To remove the label, use a hair dryer and warm it up, take your fingernail
and remove.
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