|I want to take the factory logo off my Sanger... The V210 sticker just doesnt do it for me. People have told me to heat it with a hair dryer and start peeling. Anyone do this yet? And what did you use to get the glue off underneath?|
|By walt (walt) on Sunday, November 28, 2004 - 12:04 pm:
|Greg, The hair dryer worked for me on two of my boats. |
|The hair dryer will work great, but depending on how old your boat is you might not want to do it you could have a big bright spot where the sticker was. Try a little spot and see if the gel coat has faded any.|
|Cool thanks I will probably do it today... Its an 04 so I am hoping there wont be much of a mark.|
|ive done this on my old supra so i could do some new graphics. used the hair dryer like everyone has said. i used a heat gun which is the same concept as a hair dry only hotter. also if the is any of the sticky stuff left on your boat used a product called "OOPS". it will take it right off. good luck.|
|Greg, your've got good taste, your and my boat are twins! Although I just put the 04 graphics on and you are taking yours off! |
|Thats cool Darren. Don't get me wrong I like the graphics... but my friend is an artist and came up with a sweet drawing that I am going to have airbrushed on one side of the boat... Have no idea what I am putting on the other side. |
|heat gun worked like a champ. hair dryer may work but just take a little longer. use windex and a little elbow grease to get the rest of the glue off. |
whats up darren?
|here is mine |
|...after i removed the "ski"|
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Life is good Ty. Just had an awesome week at Orakei Karako thermal resort with the boys. This place is paradise, only two other boats there and butter for miles.
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