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    Angry Sticker not sticking -slippery dashboard

    Alrite chaps.
    As I love a shine on my dash ive been wiping it with some dash wipes. But some little tweep (putting it politely) has had a bag with ZIPS and indented my dash so I need to get a stick over it as I thing a dash repair will be expensive and not got. Blummin thing is its right down the passengers footwell near enough. Though vx would have chopped the dash up a bit more so u can have replacement parts. Oh Well. (Back to the point) Anyone no how to make it non slippery so the sticker will stick??


    Cheers in advanced

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    white spirit?
    Car broken- A3 170 quattro s-line

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    dash

    put a screw in it illwork lol

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    White spirit will work although alcohol wipes are better. I prefer BBQ lighter fluid or standard lighter fluid as it evaporates faster than white spirit does.

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