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tima's Avatar Visor warning sticker removal
tima
09-14-2005
I can confirm the obnoxious bright yellow seatbelt warning labels that come on the sun visors are easily removed with Goof Off. Dab some on a cotton towel, hold the towel on a corner of the label, then gently wipe the towel across the rest of the label. Start peeling at that corner by lifting...
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By bwest on 11-17-2009, 12:50 PM
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I have beige visors and used 70% isopropyl alcohol and a clean terry cloth towel. Working slowly, ~10 minutes a visor, I removed both stickers without much trouble while still in the vehicle. Then took a vacuum to each to straighten out any small wrinkles. Looks great to me, and no residue left over.
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By wrickem on 03-11-2010, 12:03 PM
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I have beige visors and used 70% isopropyl alcohol and a clean terry cloth towel. Working slowly, ~10 minutes a visor, I removed both stickers without much trouble while still in the vehicle. Then took a vacuum to each to straighten out any small wrinkles. Looks great to me, and no residue left over.
I finally got the nerve to try this today on Beige Cloth Visors and got the same perfect results as bwest using his same method (I didn't get wrinkles though, I may not have wet them as much).

No more damn picture of the baby with goo shooting out of him in my car!
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By Meats on 10-17-2010, 07:51 AM
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I did this yesterday with Goo Gone. I have a 2008 with beige vinyl. It took about 15min total to do both. The technique I used was to moisten a microfiber towel and just 'scrub' the sticker off. There was no bleeding or stretching, only a few rolled up sticker pieces to clean up once complete.

Don't sweat this one, I was nervous going into it, but came out looking perfect with very little effort.
Last edited by Meats; 11-01-2010 at 01:27 PM.
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By Steve28 on 10-30-2010, 06:15 PM
I just did this with my 328i sedan with sport/prem. I used a cloth wet with 91% isopropyl alcohol which I just had in the medicine cabinet. Once I wet the cloth, I just scrubbed over the sticker and it started to peel/disintegrate. Came off with just a few scrubs.

I wish I would have known it was this easy for all of my previous cars...
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By thenewrick on 02-13-2013, 07:59 PM
I just did this on my 07 e93 and made a video. It's extremely simple if you use right tools.

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