I hate stickers on slipcovers! The slipcover is meant to be experienced in it's fell intended glory - not to be covered in Gamestop-like stickers. For what its worth, Best Buy stickers seem to be the biggest pain in the ass to remove as they often stick really good and will fall apart when being removed. They'll also often take off some of the slipcover with them especially if it's a metallic type slip. Target actually seems to be the best in not putting price stickers on slipcovers. I can really appreciate that
This will help with all your sticker removal issues bud.http://t0.gstatic.co...6t5_XFZG3UVkW9Q
If you do end up getting it here's the best way to apply it because I know someone is going to have questions about it.
Use a Q-tip to apply the Goo Gone wait for about a minute or so and then slowly remove the sticker. If the sticker does not come off then apply some more Goo Gone and repeat. Some stickers that have been on for long time will require more then one application. Just be careful how much you use and just don't soak the slip in it and you should be good.
Also FYI there are certain slips this will ruin if you use it. Any slip that has a felt like texture to it the Goo Gone will remove the felt and you will have a flat spot.
If you don't have Goo Gone. Rubbing Alcohol and Resnol Lighter fluid can also be used. I have not tired the latter two but heard they work. Some people have said they use a blow dryer and or steam to remove stickers but I think that those are a bad idea. I have seen many slips ruined by people using those methods.
WM and BB are notorious for having some of the worst stickers to remove. The Yellow BB ones can be a pain and same for the WM white ones. It just all depends on which ones they decided to use that day. Some are come off easy some not so easy.
Edited by neoz, 17 April 2011 - 04:03 AM.