Window Deflectors

Asked by Aug 11, 2017 at 11:31 AM about the 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Question type: Car Customization

So I just bought window deflectors not realizing
they were tape on.. I was going to return them but I
read some reviews and I see some people are
saying they are better then the snap on ones. I'm
worried about what it will look like if I ever decide to
take them off? Will it leave any residue? And is
removal of tape on deflectors easy?

4 Answers

69,135

Use the tape on ones if those deflectors are of interest to you. To remove them later on use fishing line to saw through the tape and use an adhesive remover to remove the residue. Just my opinion, those deflectors look hideous on most vehicles, but many people really like them.

123,395

Tape on are the best. And if you ever do need to remove them some goo gone works just fine on the tape residue, but if you use a heat gun to warm it up first a lot of it will come right off with the deflector.

thanks so much!! i also read that tape on look a little different? if there much of a difference?? i read a review that someone said they protrude out more??

123,395

I've got tape on's on my rigs, no problems so far even go through the car wash with them. I'm sure eventually they will get brittle and start breaking but thats just the way it is.

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