Decal Eraser Wheel
Quickly and easily remove decals, pinstripes, bumper stickers, etc. from glass and OEM painted surfaces without any damage.
Also very effective to remove tape and glue from the back side of the molded article.
- FAST AND EFFECTIVE: Innovative wheel design keeps wheel cool and works with applying only light pressure. The rubber stripe off wheel can withstand up to 4000 RPM to effectively and quickly remove decals, stickers, and pinstripes. Most effective RPM falls between 1500-3000 RPM.
- VARIETY OF USES: Effective removal of auto body vinyl decals, pinstripes or pinstriping, bumper stickers and other adhesives from cars, boats, RVs, trucks, trailers, buses, bikes, motorcycles, appliances and more. Great to use on multiple paint, chrome, and metal surfaces.
- SAFE AND EASY TO USE: Will not scratch or harm acrylic enamel or urethane paint. Apply light pressure to the top of the decal, working back and forth until removed. Apply a mild solvent to remove remaining glue and residue. Do not use on lacquer coatings.
- SAVES MONEY: No need to purchase extra expensive power tools as this decal eraser wheel will fit any home drill. The decal remover wheel will also save money by avoiding the cost of stripping and replacing paint to remove decals, striping and stickers.
- SIMPLE APPLICATION: Kit includes electric drill adapter arbor for easy installation on any home power or pneumatic drill. Use a low drill clutch or PSI setting to ensure low RPM running and light pressure application for optimal performance.
Online-exclusive: not available in stores!
Extremely high demand: allow 2-3 weeks for it to arrive (to be safe). Limit 5 per person!
I purchased this tool to remove some leftover adhesive from some air deflectors taken off my car. The deflectors were on the car for over 10 years and the adhesive was attached very well. I tried using chemicals, razor blades, etc but it was too sticky, gummy, spongy, etc. So I bought this wheel and gave it a shot.
Here are pics of before and after using the whizzy wheel on my 34' RV with fiberglass sides. I used a standard 3/8" drill to accomplish the job...again, works amazing, but to avoid fatigue I recommend using a buffer to do the job. Also, try to play with the rotation speed. I found that a lower speed with a little more pressure was more effective. The higher the speed the more likely the "smear" of the decal. Either way, there was no damage to the surface of the vehicle. Hope this info helps you finish your job....
This is an amazing product. It truly is a miracle! Wish I knew about it years ago. Can't say how many times I struggled to remove adhesive from a car and ended up scratching the paint. Don't waste your time using razor blades and scratching your paint; your fingers and getting blisters, your finger nails and breaking a nail; a heat gun and burning yourself; or Goo Gone and making a mess! What would have taken me hours to do in the past using the above mentioned methods, I was able to get the work done in 5 minutes! And the results were amazing. No double sided tape adhesive remaining and not a scratch! Buy this right now if you ever plan on removing vinyl decals or 3M double sided adhesive. You will thank yourself later.
I had 15 year-old ugly, deteriorated pinstriping to remove from the length of a Jeep Cherokee...four double-lines of fossilized adhesive that actually protruded from the surface 1/16" or more along their entire run. I had experts suggest a heat gun, razoring, etc -- which in retrospect seems comical; that's how impossible this task seemed at the outset.. This little wheel did the job -- just the right size, too, for attacking 1/4" & 1/2" striping positioned near a vehicle's body contours. And it was an attack -- the remnants of these stripes had hardened like cement -- there would have been no other (layman's) method to get back down to clean surface. Your pinstripes may be younger and your process a little easier -- mine were like granite -- now, remarkably, I have fresh, clean, unmarred metal ready to be re-striped. In my case, a very slight shadow does remain -- but I could get away with leaving just the paint exposed. Wear a dust mask & expect to make a fair mess, but once you have technique, this drill attachment tool delivers.
I needed something to remove the goo left over from a decal removal on my truck. I used a number of chemicals, and a magic eraser. Nothing touched it. I wound up ordering the eraser wheel based on a Tacomaworld forum suggestion. It's made out of a similar material to a kids gummy art eraser, which made me wonder if one of those wouldn't work for a smaller project. While the wheel's learning curve is short, it is pronounced. I managed to cook off a 1/3" circle of paint before I got the technique down. The passenger side of the truck was completed in a few minutes, once I knew what to do. For my application, which was purely goo removal, and not decal, I would suggest the following: · I used it on the #2 setting on a Dewalt cordless to prevent cooking, and wheel explosion
These wheels really work at taking off decals and old stickers and last an impressive amount during use. Already used a wheel on an old tacoma with the original decals that were cracked and baked over the years from the sun. I recently tried it on a 2012 civic that had some old and cracked unwanted carbon fiber wrap aswell as decals, took pics during the process just takes a little work.Did not cause any damage to my paint which was the best part. You’ll save a lot of money with this product.
I have a 2007 Jeep Liberty that I bought used a few years ago. It came with factory pinstripes that, at the time, were in good shape. Over the years the pinstripes started to flake off, leaving bare spots of adhesive behind. It looked AWFUL. After lots of research, my jeep friends highly recommended to use an eraser wheel. I used my dad's electric drill, started sanding and it was amazing how easily the pinstripes came off! Between sections I would wipe the shavings away and remove anything leftover with my Turtle Wax brand label and sticker remover. The job itself took about an hour and a half, but that is including cleanup which I spent a lot of time on. Once it was completed, everyone couldn't believe how nice my Jeep looked and how easy the job was. I could still use my wheel for additional jobs if needed! I am so so happy with this wheel.... literally one of the best purchases I've ever made. No need to buy the 3M brand wheel for almost $50. This one is phenomenal. THANK YOU SO MUCH for making my Jeep look new again.
Removed a pinstripe running along the entire side of my boat in 20 minutes. The same process took me at least 2 hours on the other side of my boat using a power washer. I was nervous about running it full throttle on my drill (for fear of burning the gelcoat), but I was careful to not stay in a single place too long and didn't have any problems or discoloration. I'm not sure why nobody described it as such, but it's basically a very firm pencil eraser. Consequently, there will be "eraser shavings" everywhere, so make sure you wear a mask and eye protection. This also means that you will have to wash off the debris when you're done, and you'll probably find a few places that you'll need to hit again.
I should have taken pix. Used to remove 5 year old after market rocker stipes on my 06 Mustang. Anyway 1st tried a hairdryer no help. Spent the money for a heat gun took over an hour to get the rear qtr panel done maybe 8-9 inches of material. Decided to add in the plastic razor blade scraper. Waste of time and money even with heat gun. Found this disc and said for 17 bucks let's try it. Should have found this first. Ripped right through the remaining decals. Once you figure the right amount of pressure to apply job was cake. Removed almost all of the adhesive as well. Sprayed a small amount of turtle wax label remover and wiped it off with a micro fiber cloth. No harm to finish at all. I just reapplied wax as Im guessing the label remover stripped off the wax and was done. LEARN FROM MY TRIALS AND BUY IT... Lol good luck it's a must.
This decal removal disk worked absolutely fantastic. It removed Police vehicle side decal that was the length of the car on one side only. But the decal was 9 years old and was in a hot Florida city along the beach. So I think the heat and the sun baking the decal for 9 years made the decals harder than usual to get off. I will repeat, this one disk only removed the decal off of one side of the car. I am ordering two more disk to finish the other side. I will probably only need one, but in case I need an additional one there is a 3 day delivery for me where I live. We only used the disk on the decal, no water, no decal remover fluids like goo gone. My drill is a Milwaukee 1200rpm drill, and used a lot of elbow grease, and muscle. The disk came with no instructions. But did have a drill arbor like attachment. It worked Great. It does make quite a mess, so clean up is messy. Just decal pieces and dust. Nothing horrible but pretty messy.
This has a learning curve but works well once you figure it out. The slower speed on the drill appeared to work better. I used this on a fiberglass boat to remove the boat name and a decals (3 locations). You will need to compounded and polish the area after removing the decal from fiberglass. I found it easier to remove the large decal by peeling and applying GooGone, but this worked well on the lettering and the pieces of the decal that did not peel off easley. Be patient it takes time!
This is a rubber wheel with a 1/4" shank adapter. As others have said, it is similar to an eraser in composition. It works by rubbing the unwanted material off, so direct the spin of the wheel such that it peels the material (such as pin striping) off, if relevant. As for my experience with its durability, I removed striping from one car and have barely scratched the surface of the wheel. I would imagine that removing the glue from a large area would use a bit more. As for its safety concerning finishes, it should be fine for hard ones (probably not good for thinly sprayed paint). But, since it is soft, the only real contributor to damage would probably be from frictional heat. I didn't experience anything more than some mild warmth but I believe that a bit more could be generated by continual rubbing in one spot for a lengthy period which would likely cause some finish damage or at least discoloration.
It was a little touch and go at first. The wheels griped the adhesive and jerked the drill in in my hands. I was removing 3M double sided adhesive tape left after removal of a trunk spoiler on my white mercedes. Having a white trunk lid with burn marks was not what I wanted. The product worked just as the people using it on YouTube showed. After the foam and adhesive is removed use a little of that orange adhesive remover and all is well. I've removed items like this in the past and this took the job from 2 hours to 30 minutes.
I had a 12 year old, sun dried decal on the hood of my Mini Cooper and the local sign shop wanted $150+ to remove it and put the new one on. Seemed a little high so I checked around and found Whizzy Wheel. I was a little skeptical but read the reviews and decided to give it a try. I started by using a cordless drill and found that to be a bit slow. The instructions tell you to use an electric drill and once I did that, the decal came off in minutes! This is the greatest product if you need to remove decals. I saved a considerable amount of money by using this rather than paying a professional.
This is amazing. I took off the side molding on my 2003 Silverado and there was a ton of adhesive left from the mounting tape. On one side I took hours scrubbing it with goof off before I finally got it off. I used this for the other side. It came off very easily and didn't damage the paint. I tried it on the pinstripe and it worked great on that also. This cost less than I spent on goof off in a quarter of the time.
Used this to take off the stripes on my 16' powerboat. I had 2 stripes on the top half about 1/2" each that ran the full 16' of the boat, 3 stripes on the bottom of the boat about an inch thick each that also ran full length, Four Winns logo on each side and one logo on the back. 1 wheel completed a little more than one side and half the transom so it took me 2 wheels to complete the project. The product worked wonderful taking off the stripes, but be warned, it leaves a slight burn mark if you put too much pressure on the wheel & let it heat up. So if you are not planning to paint you may need to be careful with that. Light pressure still allows the wheel to do its job. Overall I think the product worked really well and I would buy it again as well as recommend to others.
This wheel does the job of removing old glue from your vehicle. It will leave a residue on the paint. I used distilled white vinegar to remove it. I just poured some on a rag and rubbed it a little until it all came off. Then wiped the area with some soap and water because vinegar is acidic and may damage the paint if left on for a long period of time. Not a real hard job. I would buy another if needed.