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Old 01-17-2021, 11:21 AM
Mulliganguy Mulliganguy is offline
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We had our decals and names made at the Chrome Shop on 44 out by 75.
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Old 01-17-2021, 01:04 PM
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Similar to the above posts...hairdryer to remove old decal, WD40 to remove any residue glue, etc and then a larger decal to cover up any fading effect.
Instead of a hairdryer, put your golf cart in the sun for about 15 minutes and remove the decal with your fingernail or a plastic scraper.
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Old 01-17-2021, 03:21 PM
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Be careful using goo-gone or other sticker remover products on a painted surface. I tried to use a sticker remover on my license plate and ended up having to buy a new license plate. It took the paint right off of the plate.

Thanks. It is far less costly to learn from other people's mistakes than having to make them all myself.

Decal on your license plate. I assume that is the little date sticker. I get a new sticker every year. I put one on top of the other making sure to clean the old one. I use a typical liquid cleaner windex or any of the others so that the new sticker sticks well. After two or three pile up you can use a thin knife, get it behind the sticker and simply peel them off.
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Old 01-17-2021, 04:02 PM
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Thanks. It is far less costly to learn from other people's mistakes than having to make them all myself.

Decal on your license plate. I assume that is the little date sticker. I get a new sticker every year. I put one on top of the other making sure to clean the old one. I use a typical liquid cleaner windex or any of the others so that the new sticker sticks well. After two or three pile up you can use a thin knife, get it behind the sticker and simply peel them off.
The product I used was Turtle Wax Label and Sticker remover. Apparently, it is okay to use on automotive paint, but it is definitely not okay to use on your license plate.
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Old 01-26-2021, 01:34 PM
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Can anyone tell me who I can hire to remove and put a decal on a golf cart
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