It wasn’t too long ago that just the sight of a Gore/Lieberman bumper sticker would sting me instantly with sadness. Why, why I thought haven’t these people removed that sticker. Well now there is no excuse. From the Minneapolis Star Tribune via the Seattle Times:
Q: The election is over. How do I remove a bumper sticker without damaging my car?
A: Try using a blow dryer to soften the adhesive, then pull off the sticker. A petroleum-based solvent such as Goo-Gone, available at many discount and hardware stores, also may work. After saturating the stickers with the solvent, wait a couple of minutes for the adhesive to soften. Then use a plastic spoon or ice scraper to remove the stickers. Another suggestion is to saturate the area or remaining sticker with any oil — baby oil, vegetable oil — to remove the residue. Remove the remaining oil spot with a standard carwash.