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Old 07-13-2014, 06:35 AM   #1
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REMOVING 3M film from a Coach

Manual removal entails about 24 man-hours, Zylene, hair dryer, plastic scrapers, and lots of patience.

Is there an aerosol spray that will dissolve that stuff...similar to decal-removing spray?
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Here's a link to previous threads which may contain an easier solution.
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I used Auto Tek adhesive remover. If you follow the directions including temperature advisory it works better than anything I used to remove the glue. My film came off pretty easy in long sheets, but the adhesive was tough. I did pull some of the paint off on lower bumper when sheet came off. Going in for front end paint after Labor Day . More work than I expected. Good luck.
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Here's a link to previous threads which may contain an easier solution.
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...so much for thinking that this was an original question. Thanks, Cliff.
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