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Removing factory warning stickers.

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Old 10-05-2007   #1
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

Those things are hideous!, I tried the search to see if anyone made a previous post about the best ways to remove them... but only found people wanting to do it. What are good ways to get these awefull pieces of junk off of my new bike ?
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Old 10-06-2007   #2
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

use a blowdrier to heat the sticker up to make it pliable & then get something like googone or something very similar
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Old 10-06-2007   #3
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

Those things are hideous!, I tried the search to see if anyone made a previous post about the best ways to remove them... but only found people wanting to do it. What are good ways to get these awefull pieces of junk off of my new bike ?

Beware The Matress Police :shock:
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Old 10-07-2007   #4
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

Cheesegrater.

... but seriously, +1 on the hairdryer and GooGone, worked great for me.
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Old 10-07-2007   #5
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

WD40 is your friend
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Old 10-08-2007   #6
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

Rubbing alcohol worked wonders on my bike, WD40 also works and they're both safe.
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Old 10-08-2007   #7
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

paintstripper works good :D

yeah, goo-b-gone or whatever it's called does the trick...

(just incase, from some of the posts i've read i better warn people that i was joking about the paintstripper... :roll: )
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Old 10-09-2007   #8
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

I've already ruinned the finish on my brand new R6's swingarm while trying to remove these things!
FYI - DON"T USE GUNWASH!
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Old 10-10-2007   #9
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

Use a hair dryer to heat the sticker and peel it away. Don't use a heat gun! Then WD-40 or Goo-Gone to remove the glue.
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Old 10-11-2007   #10
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Default Removing factory warning stickers.

I used goo gone on bikes before but it's slow. WD40 works okay too. On my wifes SV I used kerosene. Takes the glue off in minutes. It's the best thing I've ever used for glue or grease.
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