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Old 04-02-2016, 10:45 AM   #1
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New front decal issue

Our new trailer had the recall on the front cap fading done prior to us picking it up. Just noticed couple days ago they did not remove the clear mask over the decal and it bubbled in the sun. I removed it however it now left behind a layer of glue over the new decal. Any one have a good suggestion to remove this sticky glue without damaging the new decal. Thanks
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Old 04-02-2016, 01:19 PM   #2
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Maybe WD40 or Goo Gone? I would spray WD on micro fiber cloth first. I would not directly spray WD on decal.
Make sure you wash it off after using WD40 so it doesn't damage decal
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Didn't know they had a recall. What did they do? What year is your trailer?
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The recall had to do with front cap fading. They had it repainted and a new decal applied. 2015
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Our new trailer had the recall on the front cap fading done prior to us picking it up. Just noticed couple days ago they did not remove the clear mask over the decal and it bubbled in the sun. I removed it however it now left behind a layer of glue over the new decal. Any one have a good suggestion to remove this sticky glue without damaging the new decal. Thanks
On many vinyl graphics, the clear outer layer (on just the decal itself) is not intended to be removed. It is part of the decal.
I realize you said yours bubbled.
Maybe it was defective too?
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