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Hello,
I am wanting to take some stickers off of my bike (new proud owner of a 2004 CBR1000rr). I know that it is going to leave sticky stuff on it. What is the best way to get that off without messing up the paint?

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haulin68
 

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goo gone + time

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rubbing alcohol
 

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A little bit of low heat will make the sticker easier to remove and help take most of the sticky with it, whats left can be taken off with goo remover or polish.
 

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welcome to the site...wd 40 and some elbow grease worked for me
 

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easiest way is to just pour aircraft stirper on the entire bike, let it sit for 20-30 min then rinse it with a hose. Whala, no more sticker!!
 

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denatured alcohol works.
 

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Huh?
 

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I normally don't use any solvents. I've found that if you carefully peel off the sticker, you can get rid of the adhesive residue with clear packaging tape. Its the same stuff you use to seal up cardboard boxes. Just stick the clear tape over the residue and pull it back off. The residue sticks to the tape adhesive and pulls off with the tape. You do have to keep sticking and pulling the tape, but it eventually comes off without having to use any solvents. You will probably still have a very faint line around where the edge of the sticker was, but a little bit of wax or polish will get rid of that. The tape method is a lot more tedious than solvent, since it only takes off a little adhesive at a time and you have to keep sticking and pulling to get it all off.
 
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