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STICKER ON TOP OF XR500


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Whitmow

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Any ideas please on how to remove the sticker on top of the xr500 safely

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remove sticker, spray a little bit of WD40 on remains and let it soak in and then wipe off.



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Many thanks will do ,

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https://www.amazon.c...r/dp/B0029HKPMU

 

have used this , works well.


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use one hair dryer to rehot a litle bit the stiker, and remove easy



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Have Netgear place the sticker on the plastic wrap the router comes in inside the box. Trying to get anything sticky peeled off a matt finish is a nightmare.



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The wd 40 idea appears to wk having tested it on other items , as am not yet in posesion of another 500

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The wd 40 idea appears to wk having tested it on other items , as am not yet in posesion of another 500

I had Netgear contact me about replacement units, they will RMA with new units it seems, but they are not sure when new stock will be in the UK. Hopefully not to long. There should be no need to put the label on the router, other Netgear models had it on the sealed plastic bag the router comes with, that would suffice in this case too.



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IKN?! Why cant they use a plastic/vinyl sticker? dahell is up w/ that.


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the WD40 method is 100% effective. I used to be an engraver of brass and plastics and that is what our workshop used to remove the sticky residue from sticky tape, 3M tape and all other forms of sticky residue. 






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