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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-12-2013, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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My girlfriend's Cobalt looks good overall (paint, body, etc.), but some of the stripes and decals are peeling and fading fast. Does anyone know where I can find replacement decals? Also, how do I go about removing the rest of the old ones that are still stuck on? Totally new at this, obviously.
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Take um off and leave um off
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Im not sure if they do or not, but gmpartsdorect.com is a great source for oem chevy parts.

And to remove that stuff I use Turtle Wax label and adhesive remover ans a plastic razor/chisel.

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Im not sure if they do or not, but gmpartsdorect.com is a great source for oem chevy parts.

And to remove that stuff I use Turtle Wax label and adhesive remover ans a plastic razor/chisel.
Good idea. I'll give that a try. Have to clear it with the girlfriend first, though. She loves that car...lol.
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Yeah use something similar to an ice scraper. That's what I used to remove my sticker.. mine WAS on the rear window though so I'm not sure if it would damage the paint.

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