Get a sticker off your windshield by scraping it with a razor blade or box cutter, tugging at loose parts as you go. Leftover paper and residue requires window cleaner and a soft cloth to remove.Continue Reading
Look for a peeling corner to pull on first. If all corners are intact, then start with any corner of the sticker.
Use a razor blade or box cutter to scrape off the sticker as you pull on the sticker's corner.
Use glass cleaner to clean off any adhesive residue left behind after you scrape off the sticker.
Removing Sharpie ink from a sticker or any surface made of plastic is easily done in a minute or less using dry erase markers and a rag or paper towel.Full Answer >
A table saw fit with a blade with finely spaced teeth, a laser or water jet cutter, a twist drill with bits for acrylic, and water-resistant sand paper for wet-sanding are some suitable tools for working with Plexiglas. Thin sheets can be cut with a scribing knife.Full Answer >
A vinyl cutter is a computer-controlled device that operates by using a small blade to cut out shapes and letters from adhesive vinyl. In order to produce letters with a vinyl cutter, you need to create or choose the image, or vector graphic, that you want to cut out. You can input the image into the vinyl cutter via a USB or serial cable.Full Answer >
To sharpen the blade of your paper cutter to get it back to working condition, you need an adjustable wrench, safety glasses, gloves, a mounted vice and a rotary tool with a grinding wheel. Remove the blade, attach it securely to the vice and grind the edge with a diamond-tipped grinding wheel.Full Answer >