January 14, 2010Hey everybody. Is there a really good product or any way to get rid of sticker "ghosting"? The previous owner of the truck had some stickers on the side and rear glass. Not sure if the dealer took em off, but the outlines of the stickers were left behind. I`ve tried glass cleaner and carfully used a razor blade and scrubbed with paper towels with no luck. Is it possible that the glass is somehow tinted or faded with the images?
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January 14, 2010Goo gone will take it right off.
January 14, 2010Ill try and pick some up. Thanks!
January 14, 2010Yep, Goo Gone works great. Use a rag though since paper towel will absorb it and it takes it off the glass.
January 14, 2010I have seen stickers that have been on a vehicle for a long time actually fade the tint and ghost whatever the stick was into the window.
My wifes car had the "ghost" image of a couple softballs and girls names on the back like you see on alot of vehicles these days... It was there until I finally had her windows re-tinted.
January 14, 2010WD-40 works most of the time.
January 14, 2010If you`re a smoker, Ronsonol lighter fluid works great on all adhesives.
January 14, 2010and if none of the above work use the harshest engine degreaser you can find..............worst case scenario and rub it with a shop towel immediatly. had to do it on my rear tinted window. didnt ruin my tint but clean it off really good after with window spray.
February 9, 2010I`ll vote on Goo Gone too!! Works great iff your singling a house and a single hits the house and leaves a black tar mark.... I`ve always got a bottle of this wonder product in the garage!!
January 16, 2011This message may be too late but our 92 GMC had a large hood sticker that we removed leaving only the sticky residue.I tried every cleaner in the garage and nothing worked( we had no Goo Gone). I used fine sawdust to stick to the glue and sprayed electrical contact cleaner on it, then used a plastic scraper to remove the residue easily.This was our solution working with what we had, and the 92 being a worktruck we did not mind using the hood paint for experiments.