Decal removal?

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by IowaCornDog, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. IowaCornDog

    IowaCornDog New Member

    Having a 2007 camper trailer I noticed the decals are shrinking and starting to peal a bit. Is there a safe way to remove these decals without damaging the siding or making it obvious there was ONE there. It's panel fiberglass I believe. I see it everywhere. We own a Nomad travel trailer.

    I'll thank-you ahead of time for your responses.

    Dan and LuAnn
  2. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Re: Decal removal?

    You might try with a heat gun. Just don't get the fiberglass to hot.
  3. Blueeyes

    Blueeyes New Member

    Re: Decal removal?

    I have taken labels, etc. off with WD-40. Spray on & let set overnite. I would try a tiny spot first on a place that is not very noticeable just in case it stained or damaged the finish.
  4. Tone

    Tone Junior Member

    RE: Decal removal?

    Hi Everyone.
    I've used a hairdryer to take off vinyl sign writing off a couple of work vans. That wasn't too bad but was a little slow.
    What ever you do don't use anything sharp! Learn from my mistake. :)

  5. MajorHutson

    MajorHutson New Member

    Re: Decal removal?

    Try Goof Off, it's an all around cleaner/fixer/degreaser/etc. It's available at Home Depot or Lowes for about $5. It's great stuff and won't ruin anything. Works on hard surfaces, carpet, hair and more.
    Good Luck,

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