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  1. Join Date
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    #21
    Originally posted by revoGSX
    sa amin sa glove compartment lang nakatago...
    ako din!

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    #22
    Best to use acetate... I stuck my village sticker on a piece of acetate and used a small piece of double sided tape (no foam type) to attach to my windshield. Removing it would be a snap!

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    #23
    ako din minsan sa glove compartment, malas lang pag natiyempuhan ka ng naghahanap ng pangmirienda na pulis. ka officemate ko sinita sa Makati, rush hour pa.

    para hindi na maperwisyo, kinakabit ko na lang. naglagay na lang ako ng "cut" sa tint, size lang ng stiker, para makita.

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    #24
    actually pde naman nde ikabit ang sticker sa winshield as long as nakakabit ung sticker sa plate sabi un ng chief ng LTO Marikina.

    ako nde ako nagkakabit sa winshield.

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    #25
    Ako wla Sticker sa Windshield tapos nwala pa fornt plate wla nman sumisita

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    #26
    Wala naman kwenta LTO, Nakapagpalit kna ng engine pwede pa register kc d nman cla nag stensil ng engine no. Dapat taga LTO mismo gumagawa nun

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    #27
    I use DURASEAL self adhesive book covers.
    First, I stick the LTO sticker onto a small square of Duraseal.
    Then I stick the Duraseal onto the windshield.
    The nice thing about DURASEAL is that the adhesive is not too strong. You can peel it off without damaging your tint. Even after a year of being exposed under the sun, hindi lumagkit yung adhesive and madaling tanggalin.
    If you're interested, you can find duraseal at any NBS outlets.

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    #28
    Ayaw kasing magpatupad ng tama ang LTO,- ayan, inaabuso....

    3001:thud:

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    #29
    OO nga sir ang LTO naman tlga

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by ess View Post
    I use DURASEAL self adhesive book covers.
    First, I stick the LTO sticker onto a small square of Duraseal.
    Then I stick the Duraseal onto the windshield.
    The nice thing about DURASEAL is that the adhesive is not too strong. You can peel it off without damaging your tint. Even after a year of being exposed under the sun, hindi lumagkit yung adhesive and madaling tanggalin.
    If you're interested, you can find duraseal at any NBS outlets.
    Hi All!

    This is what I do as well.

    No fuss, no mess.

    A roll can last for years if used on one vehicle. I also use them on multiple vehicles and the roll lasts a long time (still years).

    Sometimes we encounter crocs (no offense to the footwear) or cops (the rare good ones) who insist on having these windshield stickers on and would sometimes stick them on themselves.

    Just to avoid the hassle, harassment and such.

    Hope this helps.

    :regards:

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