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sticker removal from rear windows

Hey,

The previous owner of my truck put some stickers on the rear windows. I would like them off, but it is obvious they have been there for years. I was wondering the best way to get them off without scratching the windows? I saw in other posts, a heatgun/hair drier works to get them off the truck itself, but I wasn't 100% positive if it would work on the windows. Figured I'd ask before wasting time if it ended up not working.

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I used a razor blade on mine. No scratches and made quick work of the stickers.
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I use a razor blade too, you may need to use a little alcohol to get some of that sticky stuff off the window though.
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VERY VERY new and sharp razor blade....and glass cleaner
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Ive used a razor blade and rubbing alcohol for them.
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Razor blade bro....Then finish it up with some glass cleaner....
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razar blade and then i washed my truck in a pay and spray.
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i got this neat razorblade tool from an auto parts store, made for taking stickers off.

cost me like $7...
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^^pics or details?^^
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I just use zippo lighter fluid...works ever time
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Might as well post it for the 12th time........use a razor blade and rubbing alcohol.

Get the hint?
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blow dryer/heat AND razor blade
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