"Goo Gone" is the shit it works on so many things.Phinsup said:I used teh "Goo Gone" which claims to be non-abrasive and it worked great. It especially worked nice on the ones I had on my frame with the really stubborn glue. As far as the stickers I used a heat gun on low which is probably about the same as a hair dryer, just be really careful like everyone said, if you heat it too much you get a nice shiny spot... and that's best case! I learned that lesson watching a friend remove them on his snowmobile.
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Lil4cyl said:Also, I didn't have any GooBgone with me, but tried alcohol after getting the sticker portion off to get the adhesive, and didn't work too well...
Used WD40. This stuff works wonders. Little wax on the spot and I'm good to go.
Took the warning sticker off the gas tank on my new 06' GSXR6.