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    I'd also avoid Goo Gone. That stuff is hella-powerful. I've seen it eat through more than plastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiiman2007
    When i got home last night i noticed my younger cousin had stuck mario stickers all over my wii, i got VERY mad....whats the best way to take them off without leaving the glue from the stickers on it?????
    Use the shattered bones from his skull to scrape them off.

    Read my guide if you want help on how to do it:
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    use a hair dryer. the hot air will dry the adhesive making it easier to peel.

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    Goo Gone is good...what I also have always had lots of success with is nail polish remover...it's strong stuff! Eats right through the glue
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    Goo-gone works great or what he said. ^

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    perhaps a q-tip and some rubbing alchohol just may work? if it doesnt well then... at least it didn't harm anything, it dries fast, and is a cleaning agent anyways. People use rubbing alchohol to clean electronics often.
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    Goo-Gone is very good.

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    you could....just cover them up with your own stickers or Wii skin?


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    I think rubbing alcohol would be the best method. I used it on some stickers on my pair of skis and it worked great.
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    I do agree with the GOO Gone. It really does work well.

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