How to Remove Dealer Sticker From Car Without Heat?

Use a razor blade or utility knife. If you have a sharp blade, you can carefully cut through the sticker, then peel it off.

This method is best if you don’t want to damage your paint job.

Use mineral oil or WD-40. You can apply either of these lubricants to the sticker and let it sit for about 20 minutes before trying to peel it off.

This method is best if there’s no paint on your car and you want to avoid damaging the vehicle’s finish using heat.

Use Goo Gone or a similar product. Spray this solution over the sticker and let it soak in for about 15 minutes before trying to pull off the paper cover.

This method works well whether or not you’re concerned about damaging your car’s finish.

Clean the area of the sticker and the window with rubbing alcohol.

Place a piece of wax paper or a plastic bag over the sticker, then use a hair dryer to heat up the sticker.

Slowly peel off the sticker while using a razor blade to scrape off any adhesive residue left behind by the sticker.

Remove the dealer sticker with a plastic card

Use your key to pop off the cap covering the fuel door release. Insert the edge of your plastic card in between the sticker and the door panel, and press down on it.

This will cause the sticker to release, and you can then peel it off.

Peel off the sticker

With your fingers. If you don’t mind getting a bit dirty, you can use your fingers to peel off the sticker.

You may have to work at it a bit if the sticker is old and has been on the car for a while.

Use a razor to remove the edges of the sticker

Use a razor to remove the edges of the sticker. Once you’ve got a good grip on the edge of the sticker, you can start peeling it off.

Make sure to remove any residue left behind by using some rubbing alcohol and soap, or even just soap and water if you don’t want to use alcohol.

Once you’ve removed all traces of adhesive, give your car a good wash with warm water and soap before applying any wax or other protective coating.

Clean off any residue left behind by the sticker

If you’re removing a dealer sticker from your car, you’ll want to be sure to clean off any residue left behind by the sticker when it’s removed.

This can be done with a soft cloth and warm water. You may also want to use a cleaning agent if there are marks or stains on your paint job as well as the stickers themselves.

When removing dealer stickers from cars, it is important to avoid using heat as much as possible because this can damage your paint job or cause further damage if you have already damaged it by removing the sticker improperly.


The dealer sticker on the window of your car is annoying and ugly, but it’s not impossible to remove.

Whether you want to get rid of the sticker so you can sell your car, or just make a statement about how much you love your new ride.

Steven Hatman
Steven Hatman

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