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Taking stickers/decal off bikes, anybody know the best way?

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fearless butterfly

Anybody successfully taken of the stickers on their motorbikes? I have a new Aerox and want to take a couple of the stickers off (the ones down the side that say "Aerox", I think it would look much better without) but don't want to start picking them off with my fingers if they are going to be troublesome. Has anyone done it before and what solution did you use to take off the "sticky" bit under the sticker and still keep the paint on the decal? Or does anyone know a shop I can get it down at? 

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just hanging

go to "boys audio" across from Bangkok pattaya hospital.   many glues will come off with alcohol which will not hurt the paint

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just hanging

GS     removing decals on motorcycle   726000 replies but the first couple will do

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Welbeck

WD-40 is always good for removing sticker glue.

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Skalliwag

Heat gun.

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cutter

I took all my decals off my CB650 by just having the bike in the sun and then picked off the stickers with my fingers relatively easy.

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SLEUTH

Use a caramel/toffee wheel on a cordless if you can get hold of one. 

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just hanging
3 hours ago, Skalliwag said:

Heat gun.

finally something you know something about....aside from gardening that is

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sexy man

nail polish remover

used to use it to get laundry marks they left on shirts cotains that stuff glue sniffers use

just smell it [forgot the name]

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Skalliwag
19 hours ago, just hanging said:

finally something you know something about....aside from gardening that is

Maybe 3-4 thousand decals removed?

Maybe more?Including pinstriping.

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On ‎7‎/‎17‎/‎2017 at 10:10 AM, sexy man said:

nail polish remover

used to use it to get laundry marks they left on shirts cotains that stuff glue sniffers use

just smell it [forgot the name]

the name of the chemical is acetone will remove most things

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gimmesum
On 7/17/2017 at 10:44 AM, Skalliwag said:

Maybe 3-4 thousand decals removed?

Maybe more?Including pinstriping.

If you put them on straight the first time you wouldn't have to remove them so many times... lol  

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gimmesum

There is a shop on soi 5 Pratumnak a few hundred meters from main road they will do it for you not expensive.  Get a good shop to do it labor not expensive here.

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stubby

i have removed many with hair dryer and then wd40.

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JAI DEE MAK

Just bring it around to my house my wife is an expert at removing them with my high power presser washer 555555555.

JDM

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