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For starters try using your hair blower to add heat to the sticker, and see if that doesn't help pulling it off. Next step would be to use a scraper of some sort, i.e. oven scraper or paint scraper, and use this gently. You should be able to use these without damaging the car window. If you feel uncertain, you could opt for a plastic scraper. In the end ...


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Catch leaking hot engine oil BEFORE it does any damage. For a few dollars you can get a shoe drip tray for half the cost of an automotive drip tray which you can slip under your problematic oil leak when and where you stop. They come in various sizes. You may decide that two small drip tray is better than a big one. Take the tray(s) with you when you go. ...


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The simplest method I would opt is soap water. 1) Take some soap water in a sprayer. 2) With your finger nails , try to pull out sticker slowly.If you find your fingers being hurt, you could also use paper knife instead.If you find that this sticker is going to tear, apply some soap water on its adhesive side and wait. Now do step 2 with patience until ...


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Apply an automobile hard paste wax to the front of your glasses (or your helmet visor) per the usage instructions. This will keep the rain from sticking to the surface which is obscuring your vision. The "non-stick surface" you create will cause the rain to sheet off very very quickly keeping your vision essentially clear. Try it. It works. I suggest ...


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Cat crap. It's a lens cleaner and anti-fog treatment and it is safe on all lenses and great for eyewear, goggles, binoculars and helmet visors. You rub it on. And you can run it off. It sheds water and keeps your glasses from fogging.


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Apply WD-40 or goo-gone, wait 2 hours, and it should lift right up. The key is to wait and let it soak in and work.


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If the sticker is on top of tint (it's on the inside of the car), you'll probably have to remove the entire tint and have it retinted if you wanted. If it's on the outside it would be sitting on glass alone. You can heat it with a blow dryer and it should peel off. Wipe the sticker glue residue off with a rag and some gasoline. I took the dealer sticker off ...


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There are 2 obvious ways: 1) Ratchet straps. This is the easy way, requiring very little in the way of skill or knowledge - I use them a lot. Here in the UK you can get them for £1-£2 each and 2 should be enough for what you're carrying I think. They are very self-explanatory once you get one in your hands so there's not much point in trying to explain how ...


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Remove the blade from a boxcutter, wedge it under the sticker, and push. Once the sticker is off use the blade in the same manner to remove the leftover adhesive.


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