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uhftx 02-05-2017 08:49 AM

Those with decal issues Removal videos
 
I know some of you have had decal issues due to age or sun fading.
I don't have any issues but I was researching products and ran across this mans videos.
He is a professional detailer and produces good videos.
This is an 8 part series he has posted about rv decal removal on a Montana no less.

I've watched a few of his videos. I still haven't found the one I am looking for from an amazon.com product review yet. However, I wanted to post this here before I got lost in internet land and forgot to post.

Be sure to watch all the 8 videos if this applies to you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKy_...LbnTIJm4xrPN7-

timandsusan 02-06-2017 12:44 AM

Great videos--enjoyed watching most of them. Bottom line for me--hire a detail company. Shoulder problems from waxing my Monty have never healed after 10 years!

Exnavydiver 02-13-2017 07:02 PM

The heat gun works great for the bulk of the vinyl removal. For the fine strips and the old adhesive with built up dirt I used 91% isopropal alcohol with plastic double edge razor blades. It takes about 3 good soakings before the adhesive begins to turn to a gel which I just scraped off with the plastic blade scraper and whipped to the ground. I tried using paper towel and cloth towels but they tend to lint up the work area..

tim43 07-24-2017 12:58 PM

WD-40 also works well when removing any remaining adhesives.

Exnavydiver 07-25-2017 08:56 AM

Be careful withe heat gun, if you get the glass too hot it will start to check and crack. It also starts to bulge out. I watched two idiots doing Oz's rig out in Arizona and was apalled at the mess they made..


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