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How do you get a sticker off your windshield?

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Get a sticker off your windshield by scraping it with a razor blade or box cutter, tugging at loose parts as you go. Leftover paper and residue requires window cleaner and a soft cloth to remove.

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  1. Find a peeling corner

    Look for a peeling corner to pull on first. If all corners are intact, then start with any corner of the sticker.

  2. Scrape off the sticker

    Use a razor blade or box cutter to scrape off the sticker as you pull on the sticker's corner.

  3. Clean off the adhesive

    Use glass cleaner to clean off any adhesive residue left behind after you scrape off the sticker.

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