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post #1 of 14 Old 09-10-2007, 05:37 AM Thread Starter
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Decal Removal?!

Anyone know how to remove the FX4 Decal without jacking up the paint?

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A heat gun or hair dryer can be helpfull.

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take a heat gun or a hair dryer and go over it a few times to soften it up if peeling don't seem to work.

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I pulled the stickers off my 99 that had been on there since new and they came right off. Even 8 years later.

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Beleive it or not--WD40 does a good job of getting the adhesive to loosen up and come off your paint. Makes it easy to get decals and stickers off.

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Beleive it or not--WD40 does a good job of getting the adhesive to loosen up and come off your paint. Makes it easy to get decals and stickers off.
Makes sense, most folks use it as a lubricant, when in reality it is a penetrating oil!

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Beleive it or not--WD40 does a good job
Thats the ticket!

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Who all has done this? I wanna remove my 4x4 decals and the powerstroke badges, and then strip the F250 badges.

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The guy who owned my 86 before me put Fx4 decals on teh bed, to get them off I used a hair dryer and peeled them off after heating them up then I used 3m wax and adhesive remover to get the residue off

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