It was hard enough removing one hundred contingency stickers with a heat gun but the real bear is removing the residual adhesive. Tried Goo Gone, Adhesive Remover, WD40, even BrakeCleen. Nothing really works well. Any ideas?
Go to the local hardware store a buy a small can of Xylol it will remove the residue and not harm the paint.
3M General Purpose Adhesive Cleaner P.N. 08984 is what i use. I get it at O'Reilys. I would wash and wax when done.
Depending on the paint on the car that could cause some real damage.
HAVE THEY CALLED US YET ? THEY HAVE!!!
Car needs paint anyway so I might try lacquer thinner as a last resort but it's the nuclear option. I'll try the others first.
Heat it up with a hair drier peel it off best you can then use WD40
lacquer thinner will not harm enamels or urethanes
I don't know if they make it anymore, but I use "Pre-Kleano" wax and grease remover for anything like that. I got it from an automotive paint store. It comes in an orange gallon can, and works great where other stuff fails.
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