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Old 11-20-2011, 05:54 PM   #1
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All of those warning stickers

Everywhere I look there's a warning sticker of some type, do you remove them are leave them?
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Old 11-20-2011, 06:42 PM   #2
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I take off the ones that bother me. I leave the rest alone. In our society we need to be warned of everything lest there be a lawsuit. I pretty much know not to touch hot things, not to put my fingers in things that will cut them off and don't lick the electrical sockets. Others may not have learned those lessons yet, so the stickers keep coming.
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There's an "Exit" sticker above the only door in my FW; will be removing that one and anything else I can get my Goo-Be-Gone on. I hate stickers, especially ones that were put on crooked. I think the technical description for me is "obsessive-compulsive disorder!"
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Unfortunately, warning stickers are a fact of life because someone, somewhere did what's being warned about & there was, not doubt, a lawsuit filed.

As for the warning stickers in my motorhome, I removed all I could get off, attached them to notebook paper & put them in the "suitcase" that came stuffed with all the manuals for the Bounder. To be happliy passed along to the next owner, someday.

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I'm the same way. Only keep the ones that have spec on it. Lighter fluid also works good for getting off the goo without hurting the paint or texture. On my 5er, I moved some to a common cupboard location.
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Removed all of mine.
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My couch has a warning sticker that the couch isn't suitable for use when driving but it has "SEAT BELTS." What?
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Everywhere I look there's a warning sticker of some type, do you remove them are leave them?
I remove them and I cut the tags off mattresses also.
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Warning Stickers

You guys will all be sorry when the Sticker and Mattress Tag Police show up at your front door.
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I never thought I would see the day when I would buy a new ladder and take it home then read it.

When I used it the first time I slipped on one of the warning stickers and almost hurt myself.
I take em off.
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Everywhere I look there's a warning sticker of some type, do you remove them are leave them?
You won't find any on mine. Wish I was as nice as Lori and saved them for the next owner, but I wasn't thinking at the time.
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Be careful what you state Bucks2, I am minus a left pinky finger because I put my hand in my Air Boat Prop, not the brightest thing I ever done, no warning sign there. lol I would leave all the stickers on, there for a reason...learn what the mean and follow the advice on them. Good camping.
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You won't find any on mine. Wish I was as nice as Lori and saved them for the next owner, but I wasn't thinking at the time.
Exactly!
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There are now so many warnings on so many things (IT all started with "Close cover before striking" don't you know) that most folks... Just ignore them.

Label on a bottle of sleep aid pills "May cause drowsiness" (one hopes they will)

as an example of "over warning"

I expect a "Warning, contains milk" on label on that gallon of Bordon's product my wife buys from time to time (If you have not figured out which one... Milk, of course)
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