We love the logo we had developed for this blog. A large vinyl sticker of the logo was ordered and we put it on the tire cover of our pop-up trailer.
We decided to put our blog URL on the back too, but that meant we needed to remove the RV decals that came on the trailer.
After searching how to do this online we found that people use a heat gun for sticker removal.
We didn’t want to damage the paint on our trailer, so we tried a steamer.
It was an easy way to remove decals on our pop-up. This method also works for removing old cracked decals from RV or vehicles.
How to Remove Decals from a Vehicle
We used a handheld steamer to remove the decals from our trailer.
The steam melted the glue and then we carefully peeled off each decal.
Watch the video at the top or side of this post to see the whole process.
This is the steamer we used.
We bought it years ago for cleaning, but it’s helped us out in many ways.
The decal came off without leaving any marks. The surface was so nice and white.
We added our blog decal. Doesn’t it look great?
We removed some striping from the side and added a map of the states we’ve camped in.
The map really pops against the white!