Remove a bumper sticker by heating up a towel, soaking the sticker and scraping off the sticker. Use a mix of rubbing alcohol and eucalyptus oil to remove any remaining glue on the surface of the vehicle.
- Gather your supplies
Look through your kitchen drawers and collect a pan, washcloth, rubbing alcohol, eucalyptus oil, a spray bottle and paper towels.
- Boil water
Fill the pan with water, and bring it to a boil on the stove.
- Wet the washcloth
Soak the washcloth in the hot water. Wring out the washcloth, and apply it to the bumper sticker. Allow the washcloth to sit on the sticker for a few minutes, pouring more hot water on the sticker at the same time.
- Peel back the corner of the bumper sticker
Peel back one corner of the bumper sticker. Continue to peel off the sticker. Move on to the next steps if the sticker doesn't come off.
- Remove stubborn parts of the sticker
Fill the spray bottle with water, and add 3 teaspoons of rubbing alcohol and a little eucalyptus oil. Soak some paper towels in this mixture, and apply it to the remaining glue from the sticker. Once the glue is saturated, peel off the remaining sticker glue.