View Poll Results: Have you removed your 'warning stickers'?

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    27 87.10%
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    Warning sticker removal

    Just saw iflyems thread on his new arrival and he wrote about the work involved in removing all the warning stickers from his new GTX - is this something that all you guys do or is this unique?


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    i have taken off all of mine cept for the ones on the glove box only due to i havent had time and the ones on the back of the ski in case its ever flipped. that one stays. its a much cleaner look imo.

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    It is amazing how simple it is to remove stickers & decals. Best an fastest clean way ... just take a shop lamp/lite and hold near sticker or decal a few minutes & presto ! I only left the Yamaha locos ... looks very slick

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    or you can use a blow dryer or heat gun to soften the stickers
    then clean up the left over glue with gasoline or alcohol
    one tip is do not heat the stickers to the point they boil/burn because that may stain the paint/gelcoat

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    Unless its a rental take them off!

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    It's the very first thing I do when I bring a new one home. Hair drier, small container of gasoline and a hour worth of time.... Makes the machine look a lot "cleaner" looking. The only one I must keep on the ski, is the load / seating capacity in the left footwell. NY state law, and the SOB's do check it....

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    I liked the poll options .
    If you need to refer to those details so you know what not to do there's something wrong. Read mine once before stripping them off. Just BRP ass covering. I can't even remember if there was anything remotely useful?

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    Heat gun for the sticker. WD40 works on the glue. It takes lots of paper towels.

    Andy

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    Zippo fluid takes care for left over glue fast and easy

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    Remove!!! Think anyone who has did some mods remove some or add to make them unique. When you see a unique looking ski on the water, he's a tinkerer! Time to go play!!!!!

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