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Anyone else despise those ugly caution sticker things on the underside of their driver and passenger sun visors? I started to try to pull one off - but i can't tell if they are sewed in or if pulling it off will ruin the fabric on the visor.

Anyone do this yet or have any ideas???

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I've thought the same thing. It looks to me like it would destroy the visor, but I'd love to see a solution.
 

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I tried to remove them on my last car... it wasn't a good idea. I think they make it that way since it contains safety warnings and all.

Good luck to anyone else who tries, but I wouldn't if I were you.

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it is there for the same reason as the "I Agree" screen on the navigation system. Infiniti has to "cover their A$$" when it comes to safety issues. personally, i can deal with the caution sticker thing... especially since i keep my eyes on the road more than my sun visors, so i dont really notice them anyway...

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I read a post somewhere that someone removed the G's visor sticker and it totally destroyed the visor. Semi's right. I've been lucky and gotten off a few of them, but the ones on the G are the toughest I've seen.

After you remove it, all that's left is glue and ratty, ripped up fabric! I believe the guy had to replace it after he tried. Wish he had included some pics, because I was curious to see how bad it would really look.

Could always go online (maybe Ebay) and look for aftermarket, generic visors that would fit [dunno]

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VQ - - I think i found that same post somewhere. I also remember someone saying that they had their dealer remove their caution stickers - not sure to believe them or not b/c i can't see the dealer being able to do it, but no one else has figured out how - but it may be worth a phone call.

I thought of using some type of adhesive remover like goo gone, but i think that might leave a stain. The other thing i thought about was to take a razor and cut out the center of the caution notice (looks like only the edges are attached). I'm not sure if a white rectagle would look better or worse - if anyone could do a "PhotoShop It" I'd appreciate it.

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