Show the stickers / decals you've added to your Jeep Wrangler JL

Dr. RGB

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Took me 90 minutes with an exacto knife to cut out the white decal around the jeep to let the Hellayella show through! The sticker also gets me 10% off beers at the pub. Cheers!

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haha ok, thats even more awesome then.
I agree. Those lil ones cant hold a candle to my "no hands allowed" rule. And I have successfully initiated (or tricked-whatever) both kiddos by saying "i know you see the big rollercoaster, but there are 2 lines and we are going on the little one you cant see".... and they continued to believe me even after the harness came on. Gotta jump start their adventurous spirit while they are young.
 

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I agree. Those lil ones cant hold a candle to my "no hands allowed" rule. And I have successfully initiated (or tricked-whatever) both kiddos by saying "i know you see the big rollercoaster, but there are 2 lines and we are going on the little one you cant see".... and they continued to believe me even after the harness came on. Gotta jump start their adventurous spirit while they are young.
hahaha that is awesome. I live in Virginia, but grew up in Michigan, so we went to Cedar Point in ohio a lot. Took my son to the amuzement park here in va. and I was disappointed, he looks at me and says why dad? i showed him a couple of the rides at Cedar Point and now he wants to go there whenever the world returns to some normalcy.
 

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Here’s a question in a kind of a different direction: has anyone had any luck removing decals from a vinyl window (like a Trektop window) and, if so, how was it done. TIA
 

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Here’s a question in a kind of a different direction: has anyone had any luck removing decals from a vinyl window (like a Trektop window) and, if so, how was it done. TIA
If they're vinyl decals did you try a hairdryer to heat and help release the adhesive? It's what I use to help when removing vinyl decals from the Jeep body.
 

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If they're vinyl decals did you try a hairdryer to heat and help release the adhesive? It's what I use to help when removing vinyl decals from the Jeep body.
And this stuff works great for removing the adhesive residue. Works on bugs and tar too!
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If they're vinyl decals did you try a hairdryer to heat and help release the adhesive? It's what I use to help when removing vinyl decals from the Jeep body.
I was wondering if a hairdryer might damage the vinyl of the window, as well as a solvent like Bug Off. Maybe there’s only one way to find out.
 

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