I've got warnings about putting children in the passenger seat painted on both my sun visors. It's not a sticker, it's not removable, it’s not going away. I try to ignore it but it bugs me more and more. It's pretty annoying driving around with bright yellow warnings posted all over the interior. Do vehicles in the UK have this? Does this bother anyone else?
In the US we have the visor warrnings. They don't bother me in the least. Our airbag warnning label is on the passanger dash just above the glove box. Most of mine peeled right off w/ no residue. I was able to remove the remaining adhesive by rubbing hard in ONE direction with a soft dry cloth. I did not want to risk stripping the finish off my dash. I did it in cold weather too, this method should work even better in warm.
just removed the visor warnings from my 04 this morning. I used acetone that i got at wal-mart for $4.50. just put a little on a cloth, rub it on the visor, and the sticker will start coming off! Just make sure to do it with the windows down, in a well ventelated area, the fumes can be hazardous. it didn't appear to damage the finish on the visors, but you may want to give it a wash with soap and water or some uhpolstery cleaner afterwards just in case.
hope this helps.
There is an inexpensive product called Goo-Gone that is sold in hardware stores, drug stores... pretty much anywhere really, it works wonders and it is actually made from citrus, so it smells good, and isn't totally toxic like some other cleaners... If there is any sticky residue or anything, it should take care of it with almost no effort on your part at all
I totally agree... ive experienced it in the UK on a curtesy car and it drove me mental! Yellow just totally sticks out and catches your eye. All I could think was... if this was my car id be taking them off and giving them a good white spirit and or stronger bath!
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