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05-11-2010, 10:49 PM
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Annoying Bauer Stickers on Blade

Anyone know a trick to getting those annoying stickers Bauer puts on the blade of their sticks that don't peel off?

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goo gone?

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You tape over it?

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I'm not sure how the graphics are layed out but with Warrior you can just take a razor blade and chip off the layer with the graphics. Sand the area a little bit then spray some clear coat on it. You can hardly tell there were any graphics there.

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I just tape over it.

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tape or a quick zap with a heat gun.

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I'm not sure how the graphics are layed out but with Warrior you can just take a razor blade and chip off the layer with the graphics. Sand the area a little bit then spray some clear coat on it. You can hardly tell there were any graphics there.
don't think he's talking about the graphics.

bauer sticks come with the SKU sticker on the blade and they don't peel off nicely, they sort of just chip away everytime you try and peel it.

water + vinegar did the trick for me.


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Goo Gone for sure. Also does a good job of cleaning up old tape residue.

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don't think he's talking about the graphics.

bauer sticks come with the SKU sticker on the blade and they don't peel off nicely, they sort of just chip away everytime you try and peel it.

water + vinegar did the trick for me.
Oh good call, I assumed he meant the graphics as "stickers" on the blade, no mention of UPC. I've never had an issue removing a sticker from a stick.

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WD40 works pretty well on getting rid of sticker residue.

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