Vette(s): Numbers matching 1972 350 4 speed, silver pewter body with blue interior
My all time every day removal method - hair dryer. It softens the adhesive and allows you to peel the sticker off. If there is residual goo all of the above methods will work. Being chrome steel non of those chemicals will harm or alter the surface. I'd say rubbing alcohol will be the lest invasive to your skin and nose other than purchasing goo gone...which is an awesome product and can even be used on leather or cloth. We used goo gone up at Heavenly Ski Resort to remove sticker goo from high end ski jackets and suits that had "sale" sticker etc on them. If they sat around the whole season a lot of the stickers left goo. It left no signs of the sticker or the chemical in goo gone. Neat stuff.
My Christmas present to ME! Bought Sat 11-30-2013. 72, 350 4 spd, Silver with blue interior...Can't you just hear Pablo Cruz playing in the background?
Vette(s): 1972 LT-1 Sunflower coupe
2004 Z06 Machine Silver
Seeing as how it is on Chrome....if you have no Goo-Gone try some brake clean. It will moisten up the paper (after you peel off the plastic) and you can "work" the paper off. Good luck with your endeavor.
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