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Removing stickers placed on your bike

crazycanuck2011-02-10 14:20:11 +0000 #1
I placed some stickers on my university commute bike to cheapen it up a bit but now want to remove them. It'd be a good cheap frame for someone.

(I'm converting my old mtn bike to a singlespeed )

So, my question is..what's the best way to remove the stickers?

Ta

C
kermit2011-02-10 14:36:38 +0000 #2
I have heard that a blow dryer works well. You could also try Googone on a safe spot to make sure it doesn't bother the paint. I use that stuff alot.
Becky2011-02-10 15:06:47 +0000 #3
Another vote for Goo Gone and a plastic putty knife.

I just built up a single speed, and I love it! It's definitely making me stronger and better at reading terrain.
bunny_ninja2011-02-10 14:31:01 +0000 #4
I peeled off the stickers that came on the bike (like the LBS sticker)

For the residue, I used Park Tool CB2: www.parktool.com/pro....asp?cat=8&item=CB-2 . Mechanic at LBS across the street from my workplace also says nailpolish remover works... (that scares me!)
jessmarimba2011-02-10 15:39:31 +0000 #5
Rubbing alcohol and a washcloth should work, it won't run the risk of paint damage like nail polish remover.

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