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#11344165 - 01/13/16 04:46 PM Boat Decals
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Got my TX boat numbers and decal. Any suggestions on a good way to remove all the old decals and numbers without hurting the boat?
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#11344171 - 01/13/16 04:48 PM Re: Boat Decals [Re: Transplant from WV]
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#11344174 - 01/13/16 04:49 PM Re: Boat Decals [Re: Transplant from WV]
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heat gun will help also.
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#11344231 - 01/13/16 05:24 PM Re: Boat Decals [Re: Transplant from WV]
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Hair dryer should get most of it. WD 40 to help with residue.

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