This is a discussion on Those stick figure families on the backs of SUVs? Oh yeah, gun related... within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by acepilot Attachment 57963 That's a Virginia tag, same red jeep. That picture was taken at the Wal Mart in Dublin, VA....
Dig the gun family stickers... Wouldn't put them on my vehicle though....
Those stick family's anoy the crap out of me..... I have to wonder what happens when they get divorced.. Just put "every other weekend" above the kids?? Or when little Timmy meets a untimely death.... I picture the family huddled around the 'old soccer mom express with a razor blade, everyone is crying.... Dad is scraping Timmy off the glass.....
I saw the sweetest bumper sticker a few months ago it said "my other ride is your mom" l0l
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A heat gun (or good hair dryer) works really well. Heat the sticker up so the glue gets tacky. If its a raised decal, use dental floss to "cut" the glue. For the residue you can either mix some paint thinner with water (start with 80/20 paint thinner / water and see how it works). Sometimes if the glue gets warm enough it'll just come off with a regular paint cleaner (auto parts store, wal mart etc...) A fingernail works well for picking glue, as does a credit card. Be gentle though. If the sticker was on there for a while, the paint may be less faded in that area, leaving a "halo" effect. A little polish usually helps blend it a little. Either way, clean it and wax it when your done, since chemicals are rough on a painted finish. It strips all the wax and leaves it vulnerable.
If that doesnt work, draw a red circle around the "PBS", then draw a line through it.
I think that it's a bad idea to let anyone know too much about you, your family, sports, gun preferences or what ever. The less attention that you draw to yourself the better.
kb2wji has got ya covered
Some WD-40 sprayed on a rag wrapped around a finger will also remove the residue.
I use Prep-Sol and If it's being stubborn a little enamel reducer will remove it.
I have these chemicals already on my paint shelf.
ETA: 3M makes a adhesive removing wheel for large jobs like removing body side moldings glue residue and de-badging.
I used my thumbs and enamel reducer to remove the adhesive from my trucks body side moldings,
needless to say my thumbs were quite red and sore.