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How To Remove Car Dealer Decal

It’s no secret that car dealerships can be a bit of a hassle. You go in to test-drive a car, and suddenly the salesman is pressuring you to buy it. Not to mention, they like to plaster their cars all over town. It can be difficult to get rid of these pesky decals, but there are a few ways to do it. In this blog post, we will outline the best methods for removing car dealer decals from your car. From using vinegar to heat guns, there is an option for everyone. So read on and get ready to take down that dealer empire!

Materials Needed

There are a few materials that you will need in order to remove a car dealership decal. You will need some sort of solvent, a rag, and some pressure. The solvent that you will use will depend on the adhesive used to affix the decal. If it is an adhesive that can be dissolved with water, then you will use water as your solvent. If the adhesive is more stubborn, then you may need to use a stronger solvent.

Once you have gathered your materials, begin by cleaning the area where the decal is located. Make sure to remove any dust or dirt that may be present. Next, wet the rag and wring out as much of the water as possible. Then, apply pressure to the rag against the decal for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes have passed, release the pressure and peel back the decal slowly from the surface.


Remove the adhesive backing from the decal. Peel slowly and carefully off the paper backing. For best results, use a credit card to smooth and adhear the decal to your surface. If there are any bubbles or wrinkles, work them out with your fingers before peeling off the decal. Carefully remove any residue left on the surface by the adhesive.

Instructions for removing car dealer stickers:

Step 1: Remove the adhesive backing from the sticker. You can do this by either peeling it off slowly or using a credit card to help smooth and adhere it to your surface. If there are any wrinkles or bubbles, work them out with your fingers before peeling off the sticker.

Step 2: Remove any residue left on the surface by the adhesive. Be careful not to damage your paintwork or trim while doing this.

Tips for Removing Car Dealer Decal

If you’re unhappy with your car dealership’s services and want to take the decal off your window, there are a few ways to go about it.

The easiest way is to use a hair dryer on high heat. This will melt the decal and you can then peel it off. If the decal is too tough to remove with a hair dryer, you can try using a pot of boiling water. Spray the decal with WD-40 before immersing it in the boiling water and wait five minutes. The boiling water will cause the adhesive to melt and the decal will come off easily.


If you’ve recently purchased a car from a car dealership and received a decal on the windshield,window or trunk lid, here is how to remove it: 1. Windshield: Use a thin cloth dampened with soap and water to clean the surface of the windshield. Dry quickly with a soft cloth. 2. Window: Clean the window using mild soap and warm water. Wipe off any streaks or smudges with a dry cloth. 3. Trunk Lid: Remove screws that hold trunk lid in place (usually located near rearview mirror). Lift up top part of trunk lid; adhesive will come off when lifted sufficiently high enough for blade to touch it.