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Blow dryer to pull sticker off and then WD-40 to take off any residue. Then clean and wax for final protection.
 

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tladkmachz said:
I used acetone- keep rag wet - rub until the decal softens and it will rub off- will not harm the leather. Other guys have used other liquids but this worked well for me on the knee pads.
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WHAT KNEE PADS ARE WE TALKING ABOUT ?? THE STICKERS ON THE LEFT AND RIGHT HOOD IN FRONT OF YOUR KNEES? OR SOME OTHER KNEE PADS ?? STICKERS ON THE HOOD USE THE WD-40 TRICK TO GET THE RESEDUE OFF AFTER PEELING THE STICKERS.
 

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MEA said:
tladkmachz said:
I used acetone- keep rag wet - rub until the decal softens and it will rub off- will not harm the leather. Other guys have used other liquids but this worked well for me on the knee pads.
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WHAT KNEE PADS ARE WE TALKING ABOUT ?? THE STICKERS ON THE LEFT AND RIGHT HOOD IN FRONT OF YOUR KNEES? OR SOME OTHER KNEE PADS ?? STICKERS ON THE HOOD USE THE WD-40 TRICK TO GET THE RESEDUE OFF AFTER PEELING THE STICKERS.

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The knee pads I'm referring to are the Ski-Doo knee pads made specifically for the Mach. They fasten to the knee wind deflectors on the back side of the cowl directly on top of the warning stickers. However Ski-Doo was all too kind to place the warning stickers directly on the leather as well. Thanks for your help guys
 
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