Visor Warning Label Removal

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Has anyone tried to remove their visor warning labels yet? I did once on an older car with mixed success. On my BMW I ordered euro visors and swapped them out. I wanted to see if anyone tried anything yet. Thanks

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I hate the "Nanny Stickers" on the visors. I feel they are an insult to my intelligence. That being said, it's not worth removing them because you will ALWAYS see where they were and in the long run it will look worse.
On my Explorer, after I removed them and found it looked just as bad, only different, I found some fabric that matched the color of the visors and sowed sleeves for the visors. Covered up the nasty glue residue that I couldn't find a way to remove and provided a place to "Stash things" without having to have your "Visor Debris" fall all over the place if you need to actually use you visor for its intended purpose...
 

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Just cover it up with something that you do want to look at. o_O
 
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I hate the "Nanny Stickers" on the visors. I feel they are an insult to my intelligence. That being said, it's not worth removing them because you will ALWAYS see where they were and in the long run it will look worse.
On my Explorer, after I removed them and found it looked just as bad, only different, I found some fabric that matched the color of the visors and sowed sleeves for the visors. Covered up the nasty glue residue that I couldn't find a way to remove and provided a place to "Stash things" without having to have your "Visor Debris" fall all over the place if you need to actually use you visor for its intended purpose...
Yes that's what I am afraid of. I was hoping someone cracked the puzzle.
 

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Has anyone tried to remove their visor warning labels yet? I did once on an older car with mixed success. On my BMW I ordered euro visors and swapped them out. I wanted to see if anyone tried anything yet. Thanks

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Determined to get the stickers off, experimented with Goo Gone, Acetone, Lacquer Thinner, Brush Cleaner,
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Isopropyl Alcohol none totally removed the glue residue left behind after using a heat gun on low to pull the stickers off. Laid the visor flat and put a cloth soaked with Isopropyl Alcohol on the glue residue for 5 min and it turns the glue a milky white, then wiped it clean with Lacquer thinner. It’s like the Alcohol reactivates the glue and Lacquer thinner finishes the job. All I can say is it worked for me and not a trace of any stickers. It made me happy! Your results might be different on older Visors where the glue has hardened.
 

 
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