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Old 10-21-2009
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Taking off Decals

What would be the best way to take off the decal that says EDGE in orange
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Heat gun and your finger nails. Then wax the area where it was at and you'll never know it was there.
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would a hair dryer work?
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^ yup, any heat will help.
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i used a heat gun and my fingernail. some of the glue stuff was still there so i used this stuff that was to take off sticker glue. its like goo-gone or somethin. i used it and rag and then washed the truck right after
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would a hair dryer work?
I used a hair dryer and my finger nails. My mom looked at me really weird when I asked her if I could use her hair dryer so I could work on my truck.
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My brother uses dental floss instead of finger nails...
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I used a heat gun and the sides started to melt up and I could just pull them off. Looks much cleaner back there with them off IMO.

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i used a hair dryer, fishing wire, and goo gone.
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i used a heat gun now you can barley tell mines a mazda
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i used a heat gun now you can barley tell mines a mazda
That's what I like to hear! haha... I am jealous of your guys' tailgates though...
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