Most bumper stickers have notoriously agressive adhesives on them, and can damage your paint when you finally decide to remove them. This Instructable will teach two skills - the first is a simple way to create a removable sticker from an existing sticker, and the second is how to create a custom bumper sticker.
This presupposes that your vehicle has some steel on a panel that you want to display the sticker upon. If you drive a Corvette, this won't work. It also will not work on the actual bumpers of cars made in the last decade or so, as nearly all of them have plastic bumper covers. Most modern cars' trunks or tailgates are still steel, so this should work somewhere on your car or truck.
- flexible magnetic material
- bumper sticker
- windex or other glass cleaner
- paper towels
- straight edge
- razor blade or exacto knife
Step 1: Get magnetic material
One foot of this material is enough to make a several stickers.