Most car decals can be removed by gently scraping a putty knife or strong, plastic card under the decal until it comes off the surface. Any remaining residue can usually be removed by rubbing an adhesive-dissolving agent... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

Remove adhesive wall decals by heating with a blow dryer, grabbing one corner and peeling the decal off the wall in one piece. Continue applying heat as you peel to soften the glue. Once you remove the decal, use your fi... More » Home & Garden Cleaning

The original decals on a motorhome are made from vinyl, and the replacement procedure requires the old pieces to be removed by heat or witha rotary tool.Once removed, new stickers can be laid in place. Motorhome owners h... More » Vehicles

Apply Ski Doo decals to a clean surface by spraying the surface thoroughly with water, peeling the backing paper from the decal, pressing the decal into place from the center out, letting the adhesive set and peeling off... More » Vehicles

A vehicle wrap is a vinyl decal that goes directly on top of a vehicle's paint without damaging the surface. It often features graphics, such as a company logo. Car wraps can come off the vehicle if desired. More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

To apply a vinyl decal, make sure the surface you're applying it to is completely clean and dry. Use alcohol to clean the area of all grease and dirt, then apply using a credit card as a burnisher. More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

When applying a window decal to a car, make sure the window is clean before lowering the decal in place and sealing it to the window by rubbing it into place. After about 24 hours, remove the protective film on the front... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance