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Old 01-19-2007, 02:01 PM   #1
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Removing clear bra kit

Does anyone know if it is possible? Is it like a sticker or do they peel off easily?

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Old 01-19-2007, 02:07 PM   #2
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yea its pretty much a nicely placed sticker.
just heat it up and take it off. best to do this on a nice sunny day, leave it outside for a few hours and it will peel off easily, or just use the hair dryer to warm it up and keep blowing on it as you move along so that you dont get a lot of glue left under there
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yea its pretty much a nicely placed sticker.
just heat it up and take it off. best to do this on a nice sunny day, leave it outside for a few hours and it will peel off easily, or just use the hair dryer to warm it up and keep blowing on it as you move along so that you dont get a lot of glue left under there
Yup, that's how the tech removed mine. Just out in the sun, it had only been on for about a week however. It peeled right off. Hopefully they did not cut it on the car like they did mine and scored the paint Stay away from Starshield, Irwindale, CA.
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while i was at the dealer getting some parts there was a cayene parked there with a clear bra on, it was dirty and dusty as they were doing remodeling, that thing looked horrible, u can see where the lines were and everyhing.

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