Decal removal

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by stktrader, Aug 19, 2008.

  1. stktrader

    stktrader New Member

    I would like to remove the name decals on my 2008 5th wheel. It was easy on the side facing the sun. does that mean that using a hair dryer might be easier to get the more stubborn ones off. It says SUMMIT on all four sides; like I want that.
     
  2. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Re: Decal removal

    I have heard of using a hair dryer to remove decals and I know we used them to remove decals on cars.
     
  3. ironart

    ironart New Member

    Re: Decal removal

    I used to use a hair dryer (commercial grade heat gun) to remove the varnish on my boats trim wood...Worked great....Just be careful you don't leave it one position or it will burn the fiberglass under the sticker.
     
  4. utmtman

    utmtman Senior Member

    Re: Decal removal

    If the hair dryer dont work go to your pharmacy and get some tea tree oil. That should take them off.
     
  5. stktrader

    stktrader New Member

    Re: Decal removal

    I ended up just scraping then off with a straight razor, washing the residue with paint thinner and scraping balance off with a straight razor. Then polishing it off to remove any remaining glue with WD-40 as per the dealer recommendation.
     

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