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Easy...Visor Airbag Sticker Removal


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I did this to my car...within days of picking it up from the dealer. Very easy to do...and looks great. All it takes is a little patience and rubbing with the denatured alcohol. My only added advice is to make sure you cover your working area real well. You don't want to get any of the alcohol and sticker mixture on your leather or trim.

When you are done. wipe off the visor with a good quality vinyl conditioner/cleaner.

Oh yea, this adds about 5 HP to the car too!! :P

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Removal of the stickers is much easier if you do it on a work bench. Denatured alcohol is not recommended because it can discolor and possibly damage the vinyl used for the sun visors. 91% Isopropyl alcohol (from your local drug store) is much friendlier to the vinyl.

Here is the DIY from the RennTech DIY pages.

The trick is to take the sticker off in one non-messy piece.

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The 987 visors didn’t look like they would come off very easy. At least I was afraid I might break something during the removal process. Maybe someone could provide removal instructions to help others. I didn’t have any bad effects on the vinyl from the denatured alcohol. I guess the smart way to remove the decals is to start with regular alcohol first. Then if that doesn’t work the denatured stuff will for sure.

I also treated with 303 Aerospace upon completion.

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