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10/14/2013

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Ron Ablang

Myself, I wouldn't put an election or political sign on my bike because I want to live! BTW, I'm in CA.

Raiyn

@ Ron
A little Denatured alcohol and a rag and the offensive political message wipes away. That or spray paint de jour.

Assen

Ron - PVC pipe primer also works on coroplast. That, followed by a quick spritz of spray paint will keep one non-partisan in the eyes of onlookers.

bike guy

Try dumpsters behind signmaking shops for free coroplast and other plastics year round.

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