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Hey Guys,

I need help, I have all these damn warning labels all over my bike on the top of the tank and on the top sides of both fairings.

Anyone know how to take off these stickers without having to scratch up the fairings or re-paint the bike??????

Thanks for your help

Its a K8 750 and it has all the factory warnning stickers on it.
 

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Sit it out in the sun or use a hair dryer to carefully heat them up and soften the glue. Get a finger nail under the edge and peel. Clean up with some WD40.
 

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i heard somewhere that smearing peanut butter over them for a night or so will make them peel easily because the oil in the PB will be absorbed into the paper can anybody confirm or just a myth?
 

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i heard somewhere that smearing peanut butter over them for a night or so will make them peel easily because the oil in the PB will be absorbed into the paper can anybody confirm or just a myth?
And then have your dog lick it off. sorry had to be said
 

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go to walmart and buy a handheld steamer. The kind to take out wrinkles on your shirts. I think I paid $20 for one and steam the stickers took 1 hour to take mine off.
 

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i heard somewhere that smearing peanut butter over them for a night or so will make them peel easily because the oil in the PB will be absorbed into the paper can anybody confirm or just a myth?
No it is not a myth, I've used it on three bikes and it works great. My friends didnt believe me until they tried everything under the sun and a ton of elbow grease. Put it on the sticker and let it set for a day and your sticker will peal right off no hairdryer needed. The oil from the peanut butter will take the adhesive out of it and you will not get the residue left over.:thumbup:
 

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Oh and I almost forgot, it does absolutely nothing to your paint. No scratching whatsoever, all that is left is to wipe the peanut butter off or as some of you put it, let your dog.....Well ya know :eek:
I've never heard of the peanutbutter thing, I can see it working on paper stickers, but are you saying it works on vinyl stickers too? The oil soaks through plastic?
 

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I was just thinking that most of the warning labels were plastic based, not paper. But who reads those anyway? :headscrat
 
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