Maybe you have a bumper sticker on your car that you don't want there anymore. Maybe it's the one that says "Elect Kennedy" or something even older that that? Do you have a bumper sticker of your favorite political candidate on your vehicle from a couple of years ago, and you are not sure how to remove it? Are you worried that you may damage the paint on your vehicle? Do not worry, because Anderson Behel, Santa Clara's top shop can show you how to remove that sticker quickly and easily.
1. You can use a hair dryer to heat up the sticker to get the adhesive on the back of the sticker to become pliable, this will help remove the sticker easier.
2. Once the bumper sticker is off of you vehicle there may be some glue residue that will need to be removed too. You can use a product that you can get at an automotive store called “adhesive remover”, I use the one made by 3M. Warning. If you use this method do not get the surface so hot that you peel up the paint from your vehicle.