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Does anyone know how to safely remove the "Sport" decals from my jeep without damaging the paint?


baggins
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Check out the post "Removing Stickers" by jagermeister a couple days ago. There were several good replies that will help you out.

Brad (from the 4 Wheeling center of the universe, 4 corners USA)
 
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Thanks for the tip. I'm not sure how I missed seeing that thread since I've been thinking about the question for a while.

baggins
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Never removed mine, but several friends have, they take a blow dryer to them, get them warm, and they just peel off, then take some GooBegone and clean the residual glue off, without any hint they were there

My third Wrangler: 99 Sahara (desert sand)
 

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3 years ago back when I was in High School, in the shop, I seem to recall things you could attatch to an air drill or regular drill. They were like big round erasers that were designed to remove decals/stickers. I don't recall who makes them, or how much they cost, just that these things exist. I saw someone use these and it seemed to leave the paint totally alone. Good luck!

Tim
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