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Old 06-09-2012, 09:43 AM   #1
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Shower Sticker Removal

What's the safest way to remove the manufacturer stickers from plastic RV shower enclosures?


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Heat them with a blow dryer till the glue loosens up. They'll peel off easilly. If any glue residue remains WD40 cleans it up pretty well and isn't as tough on the nose as acetone or some of the other chemicals.

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Heat them with a blow dryer till the glue loosens up. They'll peel off easilly. If any glue residue remains WD40 cleans it up pretty well and isn't as tough on the nose as acetone or some of the other chemicals.
x2 or goop-off if you don't have wd-40
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No Acetone

Whatever you do don't use any of those removal products containing acetone. They will mess up any clear plastic by putting a nasty haze on them. I learned the hard way.
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No acetone or non-acetone fingernail polish remover on plastics.

wd-40, goo gone, crc, all work good ro remove the glue from decals.

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