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#1 2019-04-17 8:47am

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Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Anyone try this? I am tempted to get one. There is a video in the link.

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#2 2019-04-17 8:49am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

hmmm looks kinda fun....I would be afraid that I would go crazy and remove all my decals just because it looks fun and satisfying.   lol


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#3 2019-04-17 8:55am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Apparently they are available at automotive paint supply stores for cheaper and better quality that these. Need to look for one...


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#4 2019-04-17 9:01am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Found one at the store next to my office!

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#5 2019-04-17 9:02am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

I used one of those eraser wheels when I removed the moldings from my pickup for paint.  There was a lot of adhesive left on the body and the wheel made it so easy to get it all off.

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#6 2019-04-17 9:03am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Works good!! For two sided tape I would think it would work on decals!!


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#7 2019-04-17 9:04am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

JMCAP123 wrote:

I used one of those eraser wheels when I removed the moldings from my pickup for paint.  There was a lot of adhesive left on the body and the wheel made it so easy to get it all off.

This is something I have always struggled with. I don't like using chemical on paint or clear coat and hot soapy water with a plastic edge is tedious...


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#8 2019-04-17 9:34am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

I'll stick to a scrapper or a kitchen knife!  tongue


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#9 2019-04-17 9:44am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Kurt_Rad wrote:

Found one at the store next to my office!

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … de05e.jpeg

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These are just your typical pinstripe remover,and they do work pretty well too.


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#10 2019-04-17 9:44am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Used them for years when we had the dealership

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#11 2019-04-17 9:45am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Dirty Habits wrote:

I'll stick to a scrapper or a kitchen knife!  tongue

Why not get one of dem ho's to peel it off for you with their fancy fingernails? Let them do the work homie.


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#12 2019-04-17 9:47am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Kurt another trick to removing decals is with a heat gun or hair dryer.Once you heat the glue up,the decal with peel off like butter.


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#13 2019-04-17 10:01am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

spyker wrote:

Dirty Habits wrote:

I'll stick to a scrapper or a kitchen knife!  tongue

Why not get one of dem ho's to peel it off for you with their fancy fingernails? Let them do the work homie.

Orale Homes!  tongue


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#14 2019-04-17 10:05am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

spyker wrote:

Kurt another trick to removing decals is with a heat gun or hair dryer.Once you heat the glue up,the decal with peel off like butter.

Always leaves residue behind


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#15 2019-04-17 10:06am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Those work awesome and fast.

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#16 2019-04-17 10:08am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

robk131313 wrote:

Those work awesome and fast.

Going to get one at lunch. I’ve got a candidate already waiting for me https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/56126/6cbd3579-318c-44ee-8bf8-ff8df07cbe075cb75da319.jpeg


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#17 2019-04-17 10:14am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Kurt_Rad wrote:

robk131313 wrote:

Those work awesome and fast.

Going to get one at lunch. I’ve got a candidate already waiting for me https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … da319.jpeg

Nice! They don't hurt the paint at all. Actually will polish the paint up a bit.

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#18 2019-04-17 10:23am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Dirty Habits wrote:

spyker wrote:

Dirty Habits wrote:

I'll stick to a scrapper or a kitchen knife!  tongue

Why not get one of dem ho's to peel it off for you with their fancy fingernails? Let them do the work homie.

Orale Homes!  tongue

Right back at ya vato! If they ain't making ya money,put em to work doing something else!


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#19 2019-04-17 10:25am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Kurt_Rad wrote:

spyker wrote:

Kurt another trick to removing decals is with a heat gun or hair dryer.Once you heat the glue up,the decal with peel off like butter.

Always leaves residue behind

I never really had a issue with residue.but ya give the pinstripe remover a try,best thing about PA is no sale is ever final!


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#20 2019-04-17 10:28am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Looks like a sex toy for Phishfarm lol


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#21 2019-04-17 10:32am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

CHAMPION-26 wrote:

Looks like a sex toy for Phishfarm lol

If it were bigger


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#22 2019-04-17 11:01am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Kurt_Rad wrote:

JMCAP123 wrote:

I used one of those eraser wheels when I removed the moldings from my pickup for paint.  There was a lot of adhesive left on the body and the wheel made it so easy to get it all off.

This is something I have always struggled with. I don't like using chemical on paint or clear coat and hot soapy water with a plastic edge is tedious...

WD40 on a rag  easily gets all sticky goo off after taking stickers off. will not heart paint.


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#23 2019-04-17 11:31am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

I just removed a decal set yesterday, used the wife’s hair dryer and it was easy cheesy. A tiny bit of residue where the stickers we’re damaged and left some adhesive behind but a bit of “Goo Gone” applied with a toothbrush (also the wife’s) and brushed in a bit, then wipe with paper towels, and light wash with soapy wet paper towel.

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#24 2019-04-17 11:52am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

When a heat gun doesn't cut it, I use those eraser wheels. Great for removing old pinstripes, residue from car trim, etc.
For finishing, I follow up with some goo-gone or WD-40 - then clean, clay bar, polish, wax.

Keep the speed slow - usually the recommended rpm range is on the wheel.


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#25 2019-04-17 11:54am

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Re: Decal Removal. Not your ordinary technique...

Will try it tonight

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