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Any good ways to get the stickers off this thing? Most importantly the warning sticker on the tank. I was going to peel but it started leaving goop. Afraid to put any stuff on it. Any tips?
 

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I think tree sap remover is good for the leftover goop once the sticker is gone, it worked on my car but not sure about motorcycles. Maybe heat the sticker a bit with a hairdryer to loosen the glue.
 

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There's a product called Goo Gone which can be easily found at you local automotive parts stores. Maybe even motorcycle stores, but automotive stores are much more common.
 

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There's a specific automotive goo gone as well. The regular one can be too harsh. Just put a bit on a microfiber and start rubbing away. Take a little polishing compound after and buff the area a bit.
 

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I got mine off in 5 secs with a hairdryer and then used Honda spray polish to clean up the residue and Walaa gone for good!!
 

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I got mine off in 5 secs with a hairdryer and then used Honda spray polish to clean up the residue and Walaa gone for good!!
And this my friends is how you save a trip, $, and a good amount of time. Thank you for making this super simple for everyone :grin2:
 

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Plastic sticker scraper to get it started then peal slowly. There will be a small amount of residue where you started the peal and at the end. WD-40 or goo gone and a microfiber towel will remove the residue on a few wipes.
 
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