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Stripe My Mini has the "V" shaped stripe. I parked under a tree and it got stained....everything I've tried does not take of the stain.....do you know what I can use on it? It's a tape, can it be removed?

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Mine to has stains, Yes they are just stickers. You can peel them off and replace them for very cheap from Moss Motors, You can buy stickers or magnetic decals for 30.00$ us. I did this and they look better than new. I like the magnetic stripes because I take them off when I wax and then just slap them back on.

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2002 mini cvt sport pkg owner

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