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xspeedy
11-12-2003, 08:06 AM
Does anyone know the proper term to describe these things, or where they can be found?

I'm referring to the statically magnetic stickers that may be applied to the inside of your windshield to remind you of your next oil change. They can be applied and removed very easily, and don't require any adhesive to stick.

I want to locate some clear sheets of this to aid in the application of the state required stickers (state inspection...). I don't want the dealer to haphazardly slap them on, so I want to pre-empt this activity by asking them not to so that I can apply them via the magnetic stickers.

I once found them at a convenient store (by luck).

BobC
11-12-2003, 08:30 AM
Try this stuff out, it works very well:

sticker shield (http://www.stickershield.com/)

cenotaph
11-12-2003, 01:56 PM
I want to locate some clear sheets of this to aid in the application of the state required stickers (state inspection...). I don't want the dealer to haphazardly slap them on, so I want to pre-empt this activity by asking them not to so that I can apply them via the magnetic stickers.


They'll likely tell you to piss off. States tend to be very inflexible about insptection and registration stickers.

Just off the top of my head, if you use some static film to attach your inspection sticker what's to stop you from taking it from your safe/emmissions passing new car and applying it to your beat up old Pinto that falls apart in a light breaze? There are likely numerous other reasons (many of them very good ones) that the state would not want you to do this.

xspeedy
11-13-2003, 04:26 PM
Try this stuff out, it works very well:

sticker shield (http://www.stickershield.com/)

Thanks! I think that's the same stuff I bought before, but I could not remember the name. I called around some shops here, asking for it and didn't make any progress, so I just ordered five packs online.