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    If the sticker comes off clean, I'll buy it. I'd like to decorate my Leica!

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    Careful! that sticker might be placed there as an important design feature, removal can cause catastrophic structural failure! You might experience light leaks, a loose body, and overall poor performance! Oh wait... those come standard. =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newt_on_Swings View Post
    Careful! that sticker might be placed there as an important design feature, removal can cause catastrophic structural failure! You might experience light leaks, a loose body, and overall poor performance! Oh wait... those come standard. =P
    Ha. Good laugh!

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    Consider the monkey a status symbol for Holga!

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    Quote Originally Posted by epp View Post
    My new Holga 135TLR has a monkey sticker at the upper right corner of the camera body, when looking at the front of it.

    Is there an easy and safe way to remove this sticker? It "cheapens" the look of the camera.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
    "Cheapens"? Are you serious? How could you possibly make it look cheaper?

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    WD-40 worked wonders removing construction adhesive and silicon caulk from my newly installed fiberglass bathtub and surround. Worked in seconds, left no mark or dullness. As others have said, test in an inconspicuous place first.

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    Maybe they put it there to stop light leaks?

    I would get a skull sticker and put it over the monkey. But no hello kitty, that's for sure.
    - Bill Lynch

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