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  # 1340344 10-Jul-2015 08:22
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lucky015: Ive had good luck with this stuff not sure if it would work for that purpose however.

http://www.desolvit.co.nz/

+1 for this stuff.  It's great for removing pretty much anything sticky, and is available from most supermarkets.



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  # 1340378 10-Jul-2015 09:39
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I use Desolvit quite a bit for other stuff. I might try a hair dryer to soften them up, and see if I can't peel one away, then use Desolvit to remove any residue (bonus is that it smells nice).

 
 
 
 


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  # 1340381 10-Jul-2015 09:42
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Got glass insurance? Just saying.



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  # 1340382 10-Jul-2015 09:47
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Haha, yep. My main worry is trying to remove them, and not being able to actually get them completely off the glass. They do not look bad where they are now, and they are relatively unobtrusive, but because I am tall, they can be in line of sight (they are on the windscreen but would be completely blocked by the sun visors). They are on both sides of the windscreen also.

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  # 1340397 10-Jul-2015 09:58
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I think you will be fine with the hot air gun and desolvit, my glas insurance was more hinting at another way to sort it.



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  # 1340398 10-Jul-2015 10:04
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Haha, yes, thought had crossed my mind too.

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