removing decalsHome › Forum › Bike Forum › removing decalsOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)removing decals pickleMemberNot sure on your frame but on my old BMX frames i just pull them off and use WD40 to clean off the old sticky residue Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberit’s a ti frame, and they don’t want to be pulled off? Posted 4 years ago dashedMemberWarm them with a hairdryer, remove any sticky residue with brake cleaner. Never tried brake cleaner on Ti frame but WD40 would work but you’d then need to degrease before applying new ones. Posted 4 years ago aPMemberRazor blade. Posted 4 years ago scotroutesSubscriberAcetone (nail varnish remover) will soften them enough that they can be rubbed off with a cloth. Posted 4 years ago zangolinMemberWhat scotroutes says. Although only use if the frame has a raw finish and does not have a painted finish – it will remove the paint/powder coat also!! Anodized finish is ok – obviously it won’t be an anodized finish on a Ti frame. Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberGot some new decals, whats the best thing to use to remove old ones? Posted 4 years ago rocketmanMemberHairdryer + WD40 or soap & water Posted 4 years ago jonny rocky mountainSubscriberThanks guys, i’ll be raiding the other half’s cupboard! Posted 4 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)The topic ‘removing decals’ is closed to new replies.