5 Ways to remove stickers from your car windshield

By Product Expert | Posted in Tips and tricks on Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 at 9:32 pm
5 ways to remove stickers from your car windshield

We all know what it’s like to have a required sticker on your vehicle windshield that needs to be changed every year or every few years. It can be a pain to get those stickers off your window. Fortunately, here are five ways to remove stickers from your car windshield.

Read more: How to get bumper stickers off your car

1. Window cleaner

Spray window cleaner on the sticker, use a razor blade to chip away at it, and pull the sticker up slowly. Spray, chip, pull, and repeat until the sticker is fully removed.cleaning car exterior

2. Rubbing alcohol

Apply rubbing alcohol to the sticker and wait a few minutes before peeling away from the glass. Use a razor blade if necessary.

3. Goo Gone

Goo Gone’s main purpose is removing stickers and sticker residue. Spray some on your sticker, wait a little bit, and you should have no problem removing the sticker.

4. Ice

Hold an ice pack over the sticker for a few minutes to cool off the adhesive. Then, use a razor blade to remove the sticker.

5. WD-40

Remove as much of the sticker as you can. Then, spray WD-40 on the sticker and let it soak in for a few minutes. Use a damp cloth to wipe off the rest of the sticker.

Is it safe to use a razor blade on my car?

Yes, it is safe to use a razor blade to remove a sticker from your car windshield or window. If you scrape at an angle and the blade isn’t dull, you shouldn’t leave any scratches or marks. On the other hand, you should never use a razor blade on other parts of your vehicle since it can ruin the paint.

If you have questions about removing stickers from your car windshield or are unable to do so, feel free to get in touch with our team at Toyota Vacaville, and we will take care of it for you.

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10 Responses to “5 Ways to remove stickers from your car windshield”

  1. Jane Earp says:

    Nail Polish remover does the job too!

  2. Naresh says:

    I used Nail Polish remover and it wiped it clean

  3. Carol says:

    I need to remove the sticker and return it. Which removal process is suggested, please? Thank you.

    • nameless says:

      I bought many a trucks when I was younger always went through decals by far the EASIEST WAY was the cheapest way and he’ll no not using metal or razor blades on my baby. the simple truck I’m talking about is just that lol simple… Orange juice (don’t suggest in winter tho lol) I used only Orange juice came back splashed her every few mins or whatever and after about half an hr it was sliding down. I imagine spray Orange would be better but I’m stuck in my ways. on truck I bought had hella lame female decals all pink and purple stuff I was like uuuuuuh no. as for winter right now in alberta i woukdnt do this in winter

  4. Hannah says:

    The nail polish remover worked great it can right off.

  5. Matthew says:

    I just used an abrasive cleaner (Bon Ami) with water and it took the adhesive residue off my windshield very easily.

  6. Ramesh kumar says:

    I used some ice cubes and after 1-2 minutes of it i used nail paint remover with cotton and remove stickers by nails.

  7. Ella says:

    I used window cleaner on cloth and a razor. The window cleaner helped to loosen the sticker and to remove the remaining residue.

  8. Dusty Rider says:

    Believe it or not, peanut butter works pretty well. Rub a small amount on and wait an hour or two. It won’t soak through the sticker, but it removes the adhesive.

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