Help! removing decal from back Scamp window - Page 2 - Fiberglass RV

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Old 09-06-2016, 03:01 PM   #15
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Be very careful when applying heat with a hair dryer. Too much heat and the acrylic window in a boler/scamp window will 'stretch' the window and you'll end up with an obvious 'bump' in the acrylic. Please don't ask how I KNOW this. The Mrs. and I are now investigation the costs of replacing an entire warped window. PS: most of the dozen decals that had been placed on our rear window by the PO, were easily removed with the 'pick' and 'pull' method mentioned in an earlier response - BUT, one of them caused our grief!

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