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Old 01-08-2013, 10:06 PM   #1
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Goo gone! Help!

So I used goo gone on my hood to remove the plasti dip and it all came off but the goo gones oils are left on my car! Please help after 3 car washes its still there!
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Try waxing it?
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Try waxing it?
I was going to but my turtle wax is gone
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Dawn soap then rewax... been there removing vinyl stripes
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Dawn soap then rewax... been there removing vinyl stripes
Ill try it tomorrow! I also bought the carbon fiber dash kit!
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Ill try it tomorrow! I also bought the carbon fiber dash kit!
Sweet those are my fave unless theyre a weird color
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Sweet those are my fave unless theyre a weird color
Mines just normal carbon
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Mines just normal carbon
You got pics?
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You got pics?
I don't bud
Ill take some tomorrow


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That's how it came out tho!
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It looks good
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It looks good
Thanks Ivan for the millionth time haha!
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You're welcome! Gotta make sure you feel good about it lol
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You're welcome! Gotta make sure you feel good about it lol
Haha I do! I love it! I'm so proud took me like 30 min to do!
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So just wondering did you remove plastidip and put on vinyl stripes or are you now stripeless?
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So just wondering did you remove plastidip and put on vinyl stripes or are you now stripeless?
I removed the dip and then re did look at picture above.
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I see sweet
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Don't use dawn to much cause it will ruin ur clear coatt finish on your car
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Don't use dawn to much cause it will ruin ur clear coatt finish on your car
So what else can I use
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Where/when did you get that hood? I missed something apparently...
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Where/when did you get that hood? I missed something apparently...
Haha primer I got it a while back. It's the Shelby c6 hood
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So what else can I use
Using it one time won't be a problem I would try buffing it out and then wax and buff again
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Using it one time won't be a problem I would try buffing it out and then wax and buff again
When you say buff? Lol
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Like use a buffer or a rag and a lot of elbow grease lol
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Like use a buffer or a rag and a lot of elbow grease lol
Ill be buff with one arm
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Ill be buff with one arm
Gasoline and a match will get anything out.
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Gasoline and a match will get anything out.
It will also kill me lol
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What about some isopropyl alcohol?
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