I want to remove the dealer sticker from the rear window in my Mini but I am worried about damaging the heated rear window. Has any one got any tips or tricks for removing the dealer sticker.
Also I am thinking of changing the tax disc holder from the standard mini dealer type to a round silver metal type. Has any one else changed there tax disc holder ?
well the dealer sticker I just pulled out, yes it left like a slight adhesive mark, but rather than try to remove that straight away (as fibres would stick to it) I left for a few days then used normal window cleaning spray.
But good things for removing stuff like that would be either meth's, or lighter petrol fuel (like in a zippo)
as for the tax disc holder just done mine, but didn't have to clean anything off, I cheated and had a new windscreen fitted, hahaha. Stone chip was the real reason for changing But imagine the same things might help you.
Anyway, there is a great Silver Holder on e-bay, with the MINI logo on the back, thats what I got and alot of others on here. Have a search using BMW MINI TAX for search words.
Actually plain,and safe, hand lotion will work. Just a tiny amount and work it into the adhesive. The just use plain old glass cleaner.
Goo Gone works but I don't think it's available over there. Probably just has a different name.
What does WD-40 contain?
While the ingredients in WD-40 are secret, we can tell you what WD-40 does NOT contain. WD-40 does not contain silicone, kerosene, water, wax, graphite, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), or any known cancer-causing agents.
When they developed it they couldnt come up with a name, so they took water displacement (which is its main attribute) and the number of tries it took them to create a satisfactory effect and came up with WD40 (WD = water displacement, 40 = fortieth attempt)
Probably a load of bllks and I have no idea where I got it from.
Off of a uses for duct tape calendar (friends not mine). How to protect your sand cassle from the incomeing tide. Soak peaces of card board in WD40 and duct tape them togeather to make wall around the sand cassle. It says if it didn't work, you didn't use enuf of these fine products.
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