Evening, I've got a 2004 convertible with the Perspex/plastic window.
I've taken most of a tatty old dealer sticker off, normally I'd then break out the petrol/turps/thinner/carb cleaner and scrub the rest off.
BUT, a bit concerned about this, I don't want to damage the Perspex. It's also over the heater wires.
Does anyone have any advice on how to get the last bits of sticker off please?
i would use methylated spirit.... soak it into a microfibre cloth or similar and use it lightly so you as not to harm the plastic. have a cloth with soapy water handy to clean off residue, the spirit will mostly evaporate though.
R60 Cooper S auto, Pure red, chilli, media and light packs. Harman Kardon. Lots of mods to come.....
The convertible rear window is not plastic, it's GLASS.
Extensive mods to my Cooper S Convertible:
Magic Tree air freshener; Road map moved from back of driver's seat to glove box; FUN plates; SmartTOP roof control; Chrome mirrors; Chrome bonnet scoop; Chrome boot handle and hinges; Chrome spotlights; Chrome air vents; Chrome door buttons; Chrome number plate surrounds; Chrome instruments and switches; Chrome gear knob and handbrake grip; Chrome pen in glove box; Chrome dust caps on front wheels (not sure about the back wheels - don't want to overdo it) Chrome=Class. to dechroming.
Thanks all. On my 2004 it feels warmish like plastic not glass, but I might be wrong. Regardless, I've got the heating element to worry about so I'll try meths. If I make a bodge of it I can always have a belt of meths to forget about it then.