If you want to apply Bike Armor Frame Protection to your bike frame, oftentimes you first have to remove old graphics and thoroughly clean your frame!
Removing graphics is an art acquired by experience! I bought a small trailer once which had graphics which were practically baked onto the finish of the trailer. I googled for days to find the best adhesive removal products money could buy, but while they all seemed to have a toxicity that would strip the smell from your nostrils for a month and remove your fingerprints, they didn't do the job to remove decals and the leftover adhesive. As a matter of fact they seemed to be pretty much only worth the cans they were printed on!
In the end, if you take your time, and make sure not to scrub the decals or adhesive with anything abrasive, you can remove the decals and the adhesive without damaging the finish on your frame!
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