As long as the 95's are like the 93's (which I think they are) they are held on by an adhesive strip. There are no holes. It is a real pain but you can either take it off with a heat gun, or a razor blade. Then you can clean the excess off with a pinstripe remover or glue remover (goo gone). It is a pain, but I think it looks better. If the 95's are different than 93's, somebody please correct me.
3M makes a "Strip Removal wheel" it fits in a drill and is similar to an eraser. It will remove the tape and won't hurt the paint. I used it on mine and loaded it out to a friend and he had good resulta on his bird also. You can get them at an automotive paint store. BAGGEDBIRDS.com
its a about 4" diameter and is a material like the yellowish crumbly erasers. It just basicly rolls the tape off the car into balls. its not fuzzy or a fabric of any sort like a buffer. There is a speed range for it to be used in. They get warm from the friction but it didn't hurt my paint. Be reasonable as far as the heat. I moved around with it. You will use the side of it not the top surface of it. If you don't have the arbor, I'm assuming you don't, the kits are about $25 they sell the wheel by itself also for replacement. they seem to last a long time. I loaned it to another bird and he loved it also. Beats rubbing the skin off your hands
i think it would work for tickers. it was really made to remove the pinstriping tape you know the thick upper and thinner lower lines combo that is so common. thats the width of the wheel conviently. i bet it would just spread the tar and contaminate the wheel. but i bet it would work on a sticker.
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