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Vinniet

How to remove labels on shafts?

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Vinniet    0

I have these annoying stickers on all of my clubs and I wanted to know if anybody knew of a good method of removing them that doesn't damage the graphite/steel shafts? (Prefer if you have tried the method first)

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Audaxi    2

Rubbing alcohol is pretty handy for this. Took the sticker with the barcode off of my wedges fairly quickly.

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LBlack14    21
Heat it up, peel it off then clean off with nail polish remover, acetone or even lighter fluid.

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clarky75    2
I have the same issue on my clubs have the price tag labels on the shafts of the wedges woods etc its a pain to remove and then to get the adhesive off I'll try some of these tips see how it goes Thanks

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Jmdmbike    29
Peel the label / sticker and use Goo Gone. I put the GG on a paper towel to wipe off the remaining glue. Comes right off.

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jamo    701
I know the OP has already responded with a success story, but I'm also in the Goof Off and paper towel camp.

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clarky75    2
I just removed the price tags off my clubs essentially I just removed the stickers by my hands fingernails then removed the sticky adhesive with some baby oil as advised in another post worked well and looks much better.

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mvmac    1,760

I use a heat gun or hair dryer on the label, makes it easier to peel off, then use Goo Gone

http://www.uline.com/Product/Detail/S-18415/Cleaning-Supplies/Goo-Gone-8-oz-Bottle?pricode=WU338&gadtype;=pla&gclid;=CMmEnPbVubMCFQtxQgodhBsAyQ

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