Bought Roav Dashcam C2 Pro - upgrades from Dashcam C1. Want to remove the mount from windshield which attaches with the 3M sticker, it’s pretty hard / sticks very strong to windshield glass, and replace it with auction mount for C2 Pro.
Is there a way to remove the mount without damage to the mount or windshield
Please let me know, thanks!
I have removed my old one by soaking it with Windex and then used a razor blade to slide under it. The 3m tape gets ruined but doesn’t leave behind any residue when done this way
I tried using clorox wipes on edges, it’s so strong, it may damage the mount or glass, will try the Windex option
I never had to remove any mount from a windshield but I’d use some cleaning product. If not, going to Lowe’s and look for something strong, I’m sure you can find some adhesive removers
I like the new suction mounts from Roav than the previous 3M sticker attached mounts, gives flexibility to move Dashcam , change position as required for better capture. Checking on Windex option, else then try adhesive removers
Good luck, hope the Windex can get it done you can give your windshield a nice cleaning since you are at it
Try Goo Gone. It usually removes adhesives pretty well. I haven’t had to remove mine from my dashcams yet though.
Yes, I was gonna recommend googone as a last resort because it will damage your dash and stuff if your not careful
Turn on defrost for a few minutes to heat things up, or use a hairdryer.
Spray with windex and use a plastic putty knife and it will come right off
@Tank that did it! worked, got the mount off, and all good.
thank you @ikari04warrior @bill_rae @Nhi for your inputs!
Glad you got it off, score one for Windex
I still want to get one of these
I have two questions…I literally just bought a C1 Pro. I opened the box and put the camera onto the mount to see how it fit before I installed it. Now I can’t get the mount off the back of the camera…What’s the trick??
I really wanted a suction mount, so any update on that issue, and if so, where to get it??
slide the camera to the right, holding mount still