Question about 1992 Suzuki RGV 250 N
I'd like to remove the decal off of my gas tank.can this be done with a hair dryer with out messing up my paint.thanks for any info.
Okay, I did this with my original tank. Your decals were most likely clear coated over after they were applied (at least mine were). To remove mine I wet-sanded carefully around the perimeter of the decal (to break the clear coat). Then carefully warm them with a hairdryer and peel away (long arduous process). They will likely leave a gummy residue that will need to be removed with something like “Goo Gone” or light solvent. Then some more wet-sanding to feather the edges. You’ll need to re-clear coat the spot and buff everything so it blends together.
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