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Old 11-18-2005, 02:02 AM   #11
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do NOT hit it with the scrapper...if you are afraid you will, but another one now.
I"m still trying to interpret that
Yea i hope it was a typo, he meant that buy another one now, note how the t is close to the y.... ill be completely honest, it took me about 10 minutes to figure out what he was tryign to say
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Turn you're car on 30-40 minutes before leaving. Turn on rear defrost upon staring car. Sure it'll use a gallon of gas, but the stickers will be saved and you will be very toasty.
Not to mention the environmental impact of doing that. Not a good option IMO.
Earth first....we'll strip mine the rest later LOL

My theory is...just leave them alone?
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why not just use your hands or a light brush to get the snow off? you can use the scrapper on 3/4 of the window still.
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Don't worry, I've got one heck of a brush/scraper for the Bonne. I do usually just brush the rear window, but if I did scrape and forgot the decal was there, or a friend was scraping and didn't know any better, I was curious as to how robust these things are.
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my mom or sister messed up my window vynal pretty damn well...which is why it is no longer there.
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I guess I'm the only one who drives with the windshield clear.
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I guess I'm the only one who drives with the windshield clear.
mine was on the back window up top where it is black. So it couldn't be seen from the inside.
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What is wrong with all you people?

I have the answer. GARAGE!
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I lost a couple of letters off the first BC stickers sold due to a scraper. Now, I scrape around them. And, I use my remote starter when it'* cold.

OK, I use it sometimes when it'* just chilly, too.....

Environment be damned! I wanna be warm......

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