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Removing sticker/decal on windows??

Hey i have 2 decal/stickers on the outside window is there any easy way to get them off. Is there some trick or some fluid that would get it off. I was thinking a razor blade was the only way. anything will help. thanks
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yea razorblade works very well. just scrapes right off.
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ok anything good to take off the sticky stuff.
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can i find that at like autozone or pep boys. thanks for the reply
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rubbing alcohol, on the windows worked wonders for me, now at work, we use SPITFIRE commercial cleaner, holy cow, spray that on sticky just washes off with a paper towel its amazing, dont knwo how ud get it, but rubbing alchy worked for my windows
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can i find that at like autozone or pep boys. thanks for the reply
you probably can. i got mine at home depot
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dang thats some heavy stuff haha kewl i will give it a go tomorrow...
id almost be afraid to use it. thanks

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