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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-05-2017, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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Warning Labels...

What's the best way to remove them?
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arby I used hot water and dawn dish soap, then applied rubbing alchohol. Did not ruin paint or chrome on my bike. I am sure you will receive other replies and maybe something better??? Ride safe and enjoy~YammyV
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arby I used hot water and dawn dish soap, then applied rubbing alchohol. Did not ruin paint or chrome on my bike. I am sure you will receive other replies and maybe something better??? Ride safe and enjoy~YammyV
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Goo gone has worked well for me, but YammyV's idea is great as well.


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Goo gone has worked well for me, but YammyV's idea is great as well.


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I was always worried goo gone would take the clear coat off

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heat gun, they lift right off you can even save them by sticking them to waxed paper, they come off that perfect
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I took some labels off both of my bikes with Goo gone and it didn't remove the clear coat. I've also used pauli466's heat gun method as well, works great too.


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Vegetable oil will also remove the glue. I was kind of concerned about the GooGone on paint also.
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