How to Remove Stickers and Decals from Your Car’s Windshield
Whether it’s for decoration or to display a parking pass, putting a sticker of some kind on your vehicle’s windshield or windows is a common practice. Unfortunately, they aren’t always easy to take off cleanly. Wondering how to remove stickers and decals from your car’s windshield? We’ve put together a list of tips and tricks below to help you effectively take off any stickers without leaving behind residue.
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Car stickers are difficult to remove from automotive glass because of the strong adhesive they use to make sure they stay in place even at high speeds. Thankfully, there are many resources for drivers to utilize in the event they need to remove a stubborn sticker that won’t easily come off.
The best way to remove a sticker is to use a liquid or spray that deteriorates the adhesive that bonds the sticker to the glass. Many household items can be used for this process, including WD-40, rubbing alcohol and window cleaners. After applying their chosen solution, drivers can gently scrape off the sticker with a sharp/flat utensil such as a knife. Drivers should take care not to scratch up their glass while removing stickers.
Other Common Items Useful for Removing Stickers from Automotive Glass
- Dish Soap
- Plastic Scrapers
- Fabric Softener
- Warm Water
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