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Old 11-26-2002, 21:51   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering if anyone knows of any cleaning products that would remove the glue from my car (weather shield thing has been pulled off and it has left a strip of glue around the window) without damaging the paintwork.

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Old 11-26-2002, 21:53   #2 (permalink)
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Try Big Kevs goo remover. I used this when i debadged my XF and it worked pretty well along with a bit of elbow grease. Just make sure you rinse it off well.

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Old 11-27-2002, 00:14   #3 (permalink)
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Degreaser on a rag, rinse off well afterwards
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Old 11-27-2002, 00:19   #4 (permalink)
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Wax and grease remover, or commonly known as Prepsol, good stuff, and also dont scrub to much, let it soak into where u wanna clean up, it will eat into paint and make it yuck, dont use products like this very roften. :)
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when i took mine off, the strip of glue stuff was more like doublesided tape. I heated it with a hair dryer, and it just rolled off in little balls. Try heating it first to soften up the glue.
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Prepsol would be the best...... It gets anything out..... Good stuff

I use it all the time...... But then again my car is not the best......

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