05 Yamaha V Star 1100 Silverado discussion forum:
RE: Windscreen on Silverado
|RE: Windscreen on Silverado|
|Jeezfreek said 2005-10-18 19:03|
Folks, can we please put this issue to rest? Upon returning home in May with my brand-new 2005 Silverado, those dumb stickers glared at me. The first thing that I did was to remove them . . . ALL!! Yes, I used Goo Gone on the plexiglass windshield, and on the beautifully painted tank and I PROMISE YOU . . . it worked and caused not a single mark of any sort on either surface. You can buy Goo Gone at most auto parts stores and many Wal-Marts. It is very inexpensive and completely harmless to you and your bike. One thing I will warn, let the Goo Gone do the work for you. Donīt try scraping on the stickers with anything more than your fingertips as the sticker softens. After the sticker and itīs residual adhesive is removed, simply wipe the surface with a clean, dry, soft cloth. You can apply a bit of polish or wax to the spot on the tank if youīd like and you can remove the small amount of film from your windshield with whatever you normally use. REMEMBER: DO NOT USE Windex on plexiglass or any other product containing amonia, that can mess up the plexi.
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