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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited by Moderator)
Straight and in the Middle !
 

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good job! :cool:
 

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Looks good ,we wil have to get the sticker spoters out to see if u can find civics with them on like the radio does ;)
How hard wearing our the stickers will they stand up to pressure washing or a car wash or two. Are there any t shirts for sale or are u waiting for a few orders to come in first.
 

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They are like professionally applied decals that you see on the side of vans (or whatever). So if the car is clean, degreased and dry when you put them on - then they should stay on forever.
 

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Forever, you say..... is that a guarantee, or purely an opinion.;)
 

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The black section at the top of the rear windscreen is also a nice place to put it. Edited title to make it reflect the thread better.
 

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The photo I saw you taking last night worked out pretty nice, I see!

How long before it's your avatar...?
 

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Forever, you say..... is that a guarantee, or purely an opinion.;)
Looks like I spoke too soon.

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And that is real, you can see the reflection of my wrist in the glass. Didn't even use a pressure washer, just my new Meguiars wash mitt, do you think I can sue?

But they do say bad luck comes in 3's. Realised I had locked myself out the house just as I needed to go and refill the watering can, had to wait 40 minutes for Mrs RR to come home. Lost my "V" and then just as I was putting my stuff back in the garage a Pterodactyl (sp?) **** on the roof of the car, I heard it, it was that big.
 

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RR, you are a doomed man. Another one in the post tomorrow. Maybe two. :)

It goes without saying that the surface you stick these on to should be entirely grease free (or indeed any wax or rain-x or other stuff you may have put on the car previously), and it would be best to use a proper de-greaser first (ether or trike or similar).

Not that I'm saying you didn't RR, just for others. We all know that on yours it'll be overspray.
 

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RR, you are a doomed man. Another one in the post tomorrow. Maybe two. :)

It goes without saying that the surface you stick these on to should be entirely grease free (or indeed any wax or rain-x or other stuff you may have put on the car previously), and it would be best to use a proper de-greaser first (ether or trike or similar).

Not that I'm saying you didn't RR, just for others. We all know that on yours it'll be overspray.
Told you the inside sticking ones are better ;)
 

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Good one, Pottsy. richierich, you don't seem to have much luck.:(

How easy will it be to get the old sticker off?
 

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Came off in 2 minutes, might have to use some alcohol or something next time, only problem is I only have cleaners used for metal, not sure about the plastic. Perhaps I needed to do more than "clean" the window first using window cleaner, bloody rain-x, godamnit!

Can I perhaps purchase another.
 

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You don't need to purcase another, RR. Pottsy's going to send you one or two in the post.:) If he hadn't offered, I would have sent you mine. I still haven't got mine on yet but have got the dealer sticker off. Got my Rain-X ready as well!
 

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The car looks naked without the sticker, got so used to seeing it on there.

Thanks for the offer of a replacement Pottsy, but you sure I can't pay you for it?
 

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Here's mine. Perfectly straight of course, that's why I felt confident enough to take this picture straight behind the car. :wink:
 

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