|Annoying "Warning" stickers||outofthesaddle|
Oct 3, 2002 9:16 AM
|FedEx delivered long awaited package last night. Does anyone know how to remove unwanted "warning" sticker from my frame without damage. There is an orange "wear a helmet read the manual" sticker on the seat tube. I don't want to risk damage to carbon or paint but I'd like to remove if there is a safe and easy way.|
|WD-40? I don't know about resins/clearcoats though. nm||Spunout|
Oct 3, 2002 10:27 AM
Oct 3, 2002 12:19 PM
|Zipp suggested Goof-off to remove tubular glue from their carbon rims. I recently used it to remove sticker glue from a painted steel frame. No problem. Goof-Off is a product used by painters to clean up paint drips. You can find it at hardware stores.
If you're still not sure, you can try contacting the manuf. and see what they suggest.
|re: Annoying "Warning" stickers||Lactate Junkie|
Oct 3, 2002 10:36 AM
|As long as it has not been clear coated over, you should just be able to peel it off with no problems. If it has been coated, you are stuck with it.|| |