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    Re: Removing a Dealer Sticker, Need Help

    Thank you all for the helpful replies, will give some of them a try.
    Sincerely, Bruce
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    Re: Removing a Dealer Sticker, Need Help

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    Hey Bruce!

    Try 3M General Purpose Adhesive Remover. Clearcoat safe, and works wonders on tough adhesives, tar, etc.

    Cheers, and hope you guys and the pups are doing great!
    We all are well, as I hope you all and especially the pups.
    Sincerely, Bruce
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    Re: Removing a Dealer Sticker, Need Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Calendyr View Post
    Yes that is true, but this one will go right through the paint and to the body if you make a mistake with it. It's not the sort of thing you want to put in untrained hands.
    I learned this the hard way last week.

    I was removing the double sided tape residue left from those plastic ‘deer whistles’ people stick on their bumpers. Was going well, then with a slip of the trigger it spun full speed and actually dug into the bumper cover.

    The 3M wheel is a very helpful tool, and did this job well, until my operator error ruined it.

    The lower damage was caused by the wheel, the flaking above was already there.


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    Re: Removing a Dealer Sticker, Need Help

    Heat gun then adhesive remover works for me. Now that I have a Rupes Ibrid I finish up with the one inch microfiber pad. I find more and more uses for the Ibrid.

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