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Anyone know the best way to remove the stickers from Ambrosio Crono rims?

I want to just have the silvery A-M-B-R-O-S-I-O on its own as my wheels are looking a little tatty where the transfers are lifting, but I want to avoid leaving the sticky residue behind.

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ultimobici said:
Anyone know the best way to remove the stickers from Ambrosio Crono rims?

I want to just have the silvery A-M-B-R-O-S-I-O on its own as my wheels are looking a little tatty where the transfers are lifting, but I want to avoid leaving the sticky residue behind.

TIA
If you misadjust your brake pads, you should be able to clean them all off with one massive stop... YMMV, but it worked for me on an Ritchey wheel.
 

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I used a hairdryer and GooGone on my Bontrager rims.

Other things that can be used are:

1. Sand/bead blasting
2. Laser ablation
3. A grinding wheel
4. Sulfuric acid
5. A propane torch

With these last 5 items, your success may vary greatly.
 
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