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Best way to remove stickers?


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Test it first but Goof Off is pretty effective. Brake fluid also gets some decals before it gets the finish. Alcohol, WD40, carb cleaner and gasoline might work too. But timing is everything. Test for sure because plastics are often degraded by harsh solvents.

 

Careful with too much heat but a skilled heat gun operator should be able to get stickers off without delaminating the ski.

 

Primer white hides many imperfections!

 

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I hadn’t tried anything yet as I wasn’t sure of a definite no-no other than a grinder. Some chemicals I’d think could gum up the ski. I don’t think fading will be an issue and I’d leave the stickers but they are absolutely hideous on this ski. I’ll try denatured alcohol and a hair dryer.
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Don't use any solvents on your ski.. Or if you do test under the bindings first. Just peel off the stupid stickers it's fine. Or buy Connelly.

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@Wish I'm telling you - 3M Eraser Wheel. Put it on a drill and have at it. It absolutely eats stickers and residue and will not damage the hull. Amazing product. It was one of those things that when I used it the first time I couldn't believe I had gone so long not knowing about it.
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