Here at Gene Messer Lincoln Lubbock, we think a Lincoln is enjoyed best when it showcases its exterior with shine, as it were straight from the factory. But, people like to make their vehicles unique, and that includes adding bumper stickers. However, if there comes a time you want that sticker removed, follow these tips and it will come right off.

  • With a sticker on a bumper, wash the surface where the sticker is located
  • Use a hair dryer on the hot setting to soften the adhesive, working from the center outward toward the edges
  • Take a clastic card, and at an angle on the edge, gently scrape the sticker loose using a sawing motion if necessary
  • If the sticker is not coming off right away, go back to using the hair dryer to further soften it up
  • Once you've removed the sticker, wash the surface again, and use the heat from the hair dryer to get off any residue
  • You can also use some bug and tar remover to help get off the rest
  • With some detailing spray, cover the area where the sticker was, and use a cotton or microfiber cloth to wipe it off and finish it
  • When trying to take a sticker off the window, you can also use the hair dryer method, but even using a razor blade scraper will work as the glass will be able to withstand it
  • Once you have the sticker off the glass, use some class cleaner to get the rest of the residue off

Here at Gene Messer Lincoln Lubbock, we'd be happy to answer any more of your auto-related questions, and discuss all the vehicles we have here in our showroom, so stop in and see us today.

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