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Old 06-02-2005, 10:00 AM   #1
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Recently, i hv a problem removing the road tax sticker from my car. it seems to hv dried up on that windscreen. so dard to remove n got stains as well.


wat u guys suggest?
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Old 06-02-2005, 11:30 AM   #2
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use minyak tanah
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Old 06-02-2005, 03:43 PM   #3
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normally i use cloth wit soap..rub + scratching it..always did it..
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Old 06-02-2005, 03:52 PM   #4
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next time u can try this, dun juz stick the rd tax straight to the mirror, u can go to the tinted shop ask them to do it for u. or u can do it urself by laminate it.
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Use road tax sticker. It's easy to stick and remove it. Can find it at sticker shop.
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Old 06-02-2005, 09:26 PM   #6
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wanna remove old roadtax sticker mark??
I hv 1 secret to remove...
Ok 1st put some water at that mark...
Then use art cultter or what cultter soft 1 lahhh...than gorek goraek that mark.....dont worry i can warrant i will not scratch u windscreen........accs shop also lidat remove oil tinted mark 1...
Try lahh....but when gorek mesti wanna hv water at that mark...
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Old 06-03-2005, 01:06 AM   #7
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sigh, low quality road tax, always faded under the hot sun. i experienced twice already.
changed two tinting films. but problem still ther cus not aware. lastly bought a road tax sticker which only cost RM 1 den problem solved. now still got marks due to previous road tax. sigh
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how does road tax sticker look like ek?can some body upload some pic??
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ya, curious also. my car has a row of roadtax liao :D
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WD40 works for me. Spray some on the w/screen and damp cloth wth WD40 as well. Then rub ... rub ... rub ... sure gone one
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WD40 works for me. Spray some on the w/screen and damp cloth wth WD40 as well. Then rub ... rub ... rub ... sure gone one
confirm or not, WD40...so power??
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I use soft 99 to remove the left over marks and stain sure clean...
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Cutter and Softwax 99, 100% guaranteed works. So why wait? just go and get your self this two tools and start your work now......

cutter = 1.20
softwax 99 = 5.99 +/-

all this product can be found at Carrefour, Tesco, Giant, JayaJusco, Parkson, 7-11 petrol station kios sometimes kedai runcit.

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Haha i use cutter n water only...damn fast n easy....
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i used to laminated it since earlier, so far it still ok i did it myself. won't cost a cents coz i get the thing fr my fren shop,hehehe.....

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