+1I removed them on a 2015. Used 91% isopropyl alcohol and some Q tips to dab around the edge to start it peeling, then keep dabbing it while slowly peeling it back. Took awhile to get it off but well worth it. Used goof off to get the remaining residue off. Came out great, have pics in my build thread.
Thanks for the reminder. Will do this in the morning. :Thanx:Coming in late on this one, but just as an update for the current year, I just completed this with my 2017 JKU. I used the "regular" 70% rubbing alcohol (I already had it) and a few q-tips. Scratch at a corner while dabbing a soaked q-tip at it, and the corner will release. Keep soaking the q-tip and pushing it against the decal (from behind) and pulling. I would soak the q-tip and run it back and forth over the whole peel-edge (the part of the decal still attached to the visor) while firmly pulling-away the decal. KEEP THE EDGE WET with alcohol. If you stop wetting it, it will STOP releasing, and you can tear the decal. Not a big deal if you do (start picking a new corner), but it slows you down.
Did the driver's and passenger's side in about 35 minutes. I just poured a little alcohol in the alcohol bottle screw-on lid and dabbed the q-tip in repeatedly. Eventually the tip gets worn-out and floppy, so flip it over and use the other side. It will give-in too, so bring a few q-tips with you. Easy-peasy - kept the visors on and just kept after them. I'll look at them in daylight tomorrow and clean up any left over residue with more alcohol and a clean rag.
These are the exact ones I used on my 2017 JKU. They work perfectly. Be sure to line up carefully and apply slowly pushing out any air bubbles. Any remaining small bubbles can easily be removed with a small pin hole.On a 2015 I used these black decals to cover them up: https://www.pixeldecals.com/shop/JK-Plain-Visor-Cover-Up-Decals?search=visor decal