Removal of stickers from my new ride.
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    skcorpion Array skcorpion's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Removal of stickers from my new ride.

    Yah, this has been posted before, just wanted to repost....

    Goo-gone. From Canadian Tire. Costs less than five bucks.

    Removed all the tough, sticky, gummy stuff after I had used a hair dryer to remove the labels.

    Works like a charm, didn't harm the paint.

    Now to ride the wheels off my new Twin....
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    Posing with conviction Array heisenberg9's Avatar
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    Thanks for the tip.

    I often put tape on the tail of my bike to prevent scratching from the knapsack that I bungee to it.

    It will be nice to have some stuff that you can quickly apply to get rid of that adhesive residue when I remove the tape.

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    Gear Driven Cams Array Spike's Avatar
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    WD-40 works amazingly well too. And you probably already have some in your garage for cleaning chains.
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    Lighter fluid (same stuff as goo-gone) and cheaper than Goo-gone

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