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Removing decals/emblems

I'm currently removing my stock 4x4 decals on the rear fenders, and the factory emblems in prep for my new 06's, what can i use to get the remaing sticky residue off? whats safe for the paint
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Goo gone is fine. Works like a charm
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kk thanks
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give it a coat of wax after too...
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give it a coat of wax after too...
For sure! Don't leave it without wax!
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denatured alcohol works fine too
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u should rinse off that section with water after u remove the decal.
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Goo Gone and a hot day. And sense you'll be strapped for a hot day, a hair dryer will work good on that extra residue left over.
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3M adheisive remover. comes in a big red spray can. just spray it on, let it sit a minute or so, then wipe off. works better than anything else ive ever tried
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I use an eraser (sp) wheel, i used it to get the stock pinstipe stickers off my ranger, as well as the residue from the stock $65 "ranger" emblem on the fender. works great, use with caution, it can burn the paint if your not careful.
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what emblems are removeable? Im an anti emblem nut and no car ive owned kept them. But i have also done research to make sure there are no pins or holes under them. also my truck is an 02 so how much will the paint have faded? I do have the 4x4 ones on the back which i hate the most. Is the ford on the rear removeable? And do the front fender Ranger ones have holes underneath? of course i will not take them off if the paint is faded much that buffing cant fix
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