How To Remove Bumper Stickers From Your Honda

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips on Friday, October 23rd, 2015 at 9:14 pm
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Whether someone threw a bad prank and slapped some bumper stickers on your car or you’ve decided you no longer want one on your car it can feel like a pain to try and remove them. Fortunately we know a few ways to remove bumper stickers from your Honda vehicle. The methods vary so you can take your pick depending on what you have at your disposal and what feels most comfortable to you.

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Use Boiling Water And Natural Agents To Remove Bumper Stickers

If you would prefer to avoid using chemicals there are two methods to use while removing bumper stickers. The boiling water method simply requires boiling water, patience (let the sticker soak for a minute), and then peeling as much as you can before applying more boiling water. With natural agents you will need to create a mixture of rubbing alcohol, eucalyptus oil and dish soap. Spray this mixture on the sticker and let it sit for 10 minutes before peeling and reapply as needed. You can also soak a rag in vinegar and let it sit on top of the sticker for five minutes and then use the rag to rub away the sticker residue.

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Use WD-40/Lighter Fluid or Goo Gone To Remove Bumper Stickers

If you have any of these materials handy you can also get those pesky bumper stickers off if your other options aren’t available. With WD-40 or lighter fluid you will want to apply the fluid to the corners of the sticker and then use a mixture of peeling and scraping (with a spatula wrapped in duct tape to avoid scratching paint) to avoid damaging the vehicle. After using either method you can finish removing the residue with a rag dipped in rubbing alcohol. If using goo gone, you will want to perforate the sticker, apply the goo and then wait a few minutes. Finish up with dish soap and a wet rag.

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