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Blacking out the warning stickers

I had to do it. The Mustang has a real clean interior and it's also real Dark and I hated the white and yellow warning stickers (in English and Spanish) on the sun visors.

Used flat black "galfer" tape and it did the trick.





Blends in real good. The flash actually makes it look worse (shows more contrast than what is really there)


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What took you so long? I removed those the first week I had the car. I heated them up and used a little Goof Off while gently pulling. Looks like they where never there.


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why don't you just pull em off?
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What took you so long? I removed those the first week I had the car. I heated them up and used a little Goof Off while gently pulling. Looks like they where never there.
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why don't you just pull em off?
They look integrated into the visors,, Never thought they'd come off without damaging the visor itself...

Good to know removal is an option... I bet people have damaged the visors trying...

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They look integrated into the visors,, Never thought they'd come off without damaging the visor itself...

Good to know removal is an option... I bet people have damaged the visors trying...
I just used matches, razor blades and a small hammer. Seemed to work out just fine!

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