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Anyone know the best way to get the sticker off the windshield. Does goo gone work for the residue or willit damage the windshield.
 

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I used Goo Gone without any issues. I carefully peeled it with a finger nail, I wouldn't dare use anything harder than that. Good luck, those stickers are a major pain in the butt.
 

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Heat it with a hair dryer first. Comes off easily.
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I agree with the heating I used my heat gun at lowest setting on my gas tank to peel it of, then just a little goo gone. After that i had to put several coats of wax on the spot. Didn't have any issue with the shield
 

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I used my wife's hair dryer (carefully), and then used WD-40 on the windshield and tank stickers for the left over glue. Worked like a charm.
 

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I can just hear that conversation. Her saying " you want to use my hair dryer for what!"
Well....I didn't tell her! :confused:

Actually, I was going to use my hair dryer type heater I use in my shop, but I was concerned that it is so much hotter than a hairdryer (just need to be cautious), and my wife suggested that I use her hair dryer.:cool:
 

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hair dryer and WD 40 is the ticket. works great on the tank sticker too!
 

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+1 on the wife's hair dryer and WD-40. Worked great on windshield and gas tank stickers as noted. Put on a good coat of wax to complete the fix.
 

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Anyone know the best way to get the sticker off the windshield. Does goo gone work for the residue or willit damage the windshield.[/
I used a hair dryer to warm it up a bit in order to make it more pliable. Then carefully get a corner started and peel it off gently and evenly. DO NOT RUSH!!! I did the same way to the one on the gas tank. If you have any residue, I used spray silicone on a soft cloth to wipe it off. Use a good polish on the windshield after everything is finished. Hope this helps.
 

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I used a cold water pressure washer on mine , after a few minutes they peel right off. No damage to windshield or any of the paint.
 
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