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Air Bag Warning Labels

I did a search and didn't find anything. Can anyone tell me a good way to get the air bag warning labels off of the visors without doing any damage to the fabric? I have tried to peel them, but they were a little difficult, and I can see the area on the visor looking like a big piece of cotton once it is completely removed. Any ideas will help.
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if u find out let me know, I was thinking of just letting them heat up over time and bubble, then peal the rest off and use goo gone.. but i dont know if goo gone will hurt the fabric

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I just got bored one day and pulled them off.. try to heat up the glue if you are having trouble (do it on a warm day or use a hair dryer) if you have some sticky **** there when you are done go get some Goo Gone! it smells like oranges so its all good ! and good luck bro
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heat is needed to remove them...then use either carpet cleaner or goo-gone to clean up
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Falken i got mine off with no heat heh.. i just pulled ;-p had the AC on in the car too so it was warm even in there
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yeah...heat isnt a must...but to do it properly and avoid the 'cotton-ball' look...heat would be best
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My advice: don't be impatient and use a pocket knife......our visors are expensive.
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I would use a carpet cleaner. But you can jjust remove the stickers then clean the area up afterwards
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