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Sticker goo on car windows

I have tried all kinds of cleaners but still have goo glue residue from sticker or rear passenger window

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We own a sign shop that makes these decals. If you contact a local sign shop you can order "orange peel" and it will remove it instantly. If you have trouble finding any, email me at imbrina@highland.net and I can hook you up with some.

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Goo Gone purchased at Canadian Tire will eat that stuff off. I'm not sure how it works in cold weather applications but sure did work great on taking off the dealerships decals off my truck. It did not harm the paint.

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Try using a razor blade scraper, available at you nearby auto parts store....

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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    Gary Loney Feb 02, 2009

    the razor blade scraper will work in any temp......its cold here too...

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Materials:
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  • Tarp
  • Large plastic garbage bag
  • Undiluted Ammonia
  • Windex (a glass cleaner)
  • Paper towels
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Step 1:
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