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Will this come off?



This is a 7 month old vehicle - can I use a hair-dryer to loosen and remove this like a decal?

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Oh come on - someone has to have tried to remove it. Could someone please tell me how it turned out (or I'm gonna give the "Secret Compartment" thread a bump)

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I tried with my fingernail and it didn't budge. Seems to be VERY well bonded to the plastic. Try the hair dryer and let us know!


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I don't know of anyone who has successfully removed them. I have seen a few threads on people who have tried but ended up buying a new one because it got f'd up during the removal process. They seem to be stickers but if they are, they sure aren't meant to come off!!!

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Tale them out and Paint it black.

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This is a 7 month old vehicle - can I use a hair-dryer to loosen and remove this like a decal?

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I tried the hair dryer without success. Ended up putting a small tear in the visor. They are defiantly not meant to come off. I've heard there are stickers to cover them but I haven't found any worth getting. The ones I've seen are pretty juvenile.
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buy a new visor with out stickers

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yes they can be removed with a hair dryer. did mine on my 06. Must take it slow and easy.
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Yeah I tried on my 2013 with the blow dryer...I successfully removed about 0.175% of the first label. F*** that! I'm getting both visors re-upholstered with leather that'll match the leather seats.

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