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    hi all can you take the letters of the chrome strip on the back of veccys & how do you if you can

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    They should just peel off... then deal with the leftover sticky stuff with a bit of petrol or meths or panel degreaser. If you have trouble peeling them off you can slide an old credit card (I use a homebase Spend&Save card) behind them. Its a lot easier to do if they are warm, so pour some hot water over them (or warm them up with a hot air gun or hair drier) irst.

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    As above mate. Really very easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie1979
    They should just peel off... then deal with the leftover sticky stuff with a bit of petrol or meths or panel degreaser. If you have trouble peeling them off you can slide an old credit card (I use a homebase Spend&Save card) behind them. Its a lot easier to do if they are warm, so pour some hot water over them (or warm them up with a hot air gun or hair drier) irst.
    Hey Jamie ,thats a nice bit of advertising for homebase, r we on commission?

    LOL.. only jokin.

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    No! what he means is the homebase card is fit for nothing else..

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    thanks chaps get onto that straight away

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