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Old 06-04-2005, 10:58 AM   #16
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I think laminated windscreen is better. When remove the road tax there wont be much left over sticking wan...
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guys u can get the orad tax sticker in any stickers shop. i got it from SS15 Sticker station. it is a transparent sticker, stick the road tax to the transparent sticker den sticker the whole thing to the windscreen, it is not a sticker actually, it is those plastic thingy dat can be peel off easily, duno how to describe, it is some sort like a plastic thing wher lastime we used to stick our old road tax design (paper), ther are ralli art,sparco and others.
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guys u can get the orad tax sticker in any stickers shop. i got it from SS15 Sticker station. it is a transparent sticker, stick the road tax to the transparent sticker den sticker the whole thing to the windscreen, it is not a sticker actually, it is those plastic thingy dat can be peel off easily, duno how to describe, it is some sort like a plastic thing wher lastime we used to stick our old road tax design (paper), ther are ralli art,sparco and others.
yup.. currently i'm used this on my car..
no need to stick on your windscreen..
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Old 06-06-2005, 02:27 PM   #19
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Will WD40 or soft99 work on tinted glass? I am scared dat it will spoil the tint... I have used water and cutter b4, din work for me :( got me self some scratches on the tinted film....
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I tried soft 99 on my laminated windscren..no harm at all.
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picture of roadtax sticker holder..

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v5...dtaxholder.jpg
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If it still stuck there, use an old credit card to remove the glue by scraping it slowly under a dry cloth. I got mine done in 5 minutes and its crystal clear without any scratches ! ;)
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i wan to ask ah...if the road tax i put wrong place rite and i wan to put back at the correct place....is there anyway i can take it out without damaging the road tax .... ???
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U need to peel it carefully with the help of a blade. I saw the the guy at the tint shop do it... damn pro.. slow and steady.
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wah..blade...i paling scared to use wan...scratch the screen all gone...sigh...
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