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Old 09-07-2013, 08:36 PM   #1
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Adhesive removal

Hey guys, what is the best/safest method of removing leftover adhesive from badges etc?
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I've used goo gone before as well as 3m adhesive remover. Both worked well
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I've used goo gone before as well as 3m adhesive remover. Both worked well
Awesome! Thanks. I'll give the 3M a shot.
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Not sure about 3M but goo gone is citrus based. Safe for paint. I've used tons of it on my car. About 5 bucks for the spray bottle.
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Yeah I use goo gone also but after that I buffed and waxed the area
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