Removing Traktor LE Sticker
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    Default Removing Traktor LE Sticker

    My Traktor LE sticker recently peeled off my VCI-100. There are still some remnants of the sticker on the unit. What can I use to remove it completely without scratching the surface or leaving any stains it?

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    Goo Gone, Alcohol, or any Non-Abrassive cleaner
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    Thanks but uh no. lol

    Goo Gone seems like it'll work. I'll give it a try thanks.

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    Goo Gone is the best. I erased 1 of my kids and it left no trace of him. j/k the stuff work!
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    Preen(for removing stains of clothing) works mysteriously well too.

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    Funny that you mention it Bento. I use Real Kill! lol - Old trick my dad taught me. Leaves surfaces really smooth, takes grease, glue, etc away.
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    Honestly, you should order the new overlay. It'll make everything look pretty and brand new.
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    I strongly agree with B33son
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