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Sitting in my new boat, waiting for the lake to open on May 1st. I'm half temped to go get a fake lake and rev it in the drive way. I've buffed and wiped down every inch of it 20 times. It's only been in the water once. post-25032-13983786691441_thumb.jpg

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How about you break out the heat gun and peel those nasty warning stickers off. That will keep you busy through one beer.

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How about you break out the heat gun and peel those nasty warning stickers off. That will keep you busy through one beer.Sent from my SPH-L710 using Tapatalk

I have not peeled mine off either. It gives it that stock look....maybe more resale value with stickers on

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last 2 boats I've had, I spec'd in the contract for ALL stickers and residue to be removed prior to delivery

Even the California emissions sticker...keeping that one their tells people I care

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last 2 boats I've had, I spec'd in the contract for ALL stickers and residue to be removed prior to delivery

I stripped all those decals off mine too. Our local dealer spotted it & told me the one on the transom about not running the engine while people are on the swimstep due to the exhaust fumes...... apparently it's a state law that you have to have that one. He gave me another one & I threw it in the glovebox with the registration for the day Johnny Law actually wants to ding me for not having that on the boat. Then I'll pull it out & slap it on there for him.

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Sorry to hijack...do you guys use goo gone or goof off products to remove sticky residue from gel coat?

Use goo gone. It works perfect. Dab a little on a rag and rub gently. It will come right off.

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Sorry to hijack...do you guys use goo gone or goof off products to remove sticky residue from gel coat?

I've used them both & find they will both do the job. But Goo Gone smells a heck of a lot better..... like citrus. And if you use heat to remove the decal, then a lot of the adhesive will go with it.

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