Re: decal removale
- Our truck shop uses "Vinyl-Off" to remove the decals and graphics on
trucks and trailers:
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tom" <tfraz58@...> wrote:
> I bought an old Dodge Dakota pickup from an auction one time that had
> been a county truck. It still had psrts of the county seals and other
> decals and sticky gook on it. The product is "GOOF OFF", available in
> most hardwares, Home Depot, Lowe's, probbaly even Walmart. Did a
> fantastic job with patience, rags, and a little elbow grease. Didn't
> hurt the paint and when I was done you couldn't tell there had ever
> been anything there. The truck looked great (well, at least as great
> as a ten year old orange and white truck CAN look...)
> --- In email@example.com, Jabba Truck <jabbathetruck@>
> > A paint store might have some ideas.
> > I've heard of people using oven cleaner to get fake woodgrain off
> of 70's - 80's station wagons. When I worked at a used office
> furniture place, we had some spraycan stuff for removing stickers,
> labels, and old tape from furniture we were preparing for resale, but
> occasionally we would use "Goof-off" too.
> > Are you planning to repaint anyway? Try a heat gun.
> > ----- Original Message ----
> > From: wils <wils5150@>
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 3, 2008 6:45:28 PM
> > Subject: [classicrv] decal removale
> > how do you remove old decals. I am trying to get rid off the
> > stickers on the side of my mh. the siding is corregated so I can't
> > scrape them off.
> > Thanks
> > .
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Subject: [classicrv] decal removalejust scrape them off.Thanks
> how do you remove old decals. I am trying to get rid off the allegro
> stickers on the side of my mh. the siding is corregated so I can't
We used a detail steamer, like the kind they sell for cleaning stoves,
- you can buy decal remover in a spray can at a body shop supply or automotive paint store. goof off or goo gone is good to remove the glue residue after you get the decals off. Doug