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Old 03-12-2013, 05:46 PM   #29
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My wife did not find it at the hardware store but I will keep on searching next weekend, meanwhile I could cover it with a Good Sam sticker
Unfortunately I ended up ordering it online myself. Sticker should do the temp job.
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Old 03-13-2013, 07:42 AM   #30
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3M Adhesive Remover.... this stuff is a bit pricey but worth every dime and a little goes a long way....I've used it on everything from plastic to fiberglass with no adverse effects....takes off bugs, tar, etc also...the gunk literally melts away....you'll love it I'm sure of it!!!.....just Google it and you'll find it locally.....I get mine from West Marine.....GOOD LUCK!!

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I use it too, it's the best. If it does have a downside it is: be careful not to get it on decals you don't want to remove.

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Thanks for the links Webslave, I have a good feeling with the Adhesive Remover but I would be a little a scare using Sraper (Scraperite) on brand new Gel-coat

Put new tail lights (LED) on the 5er the week after we bought it. Used the Adhesive Remover and the plastic razor blades to remove the old sealant the was around the stock tail lights. Came off slick as a whistle. Smooth, no scratches and ready for the new tail lights. Brand new filon...can't get much "softer" than that. I also used that same combination to remove the dealership decals from all the cars I've owned and, in fact, just removed them from my '13 Dodge Journey AWD R/T. You'd never know that there was 5 lines of dealership advertising under the "Journey" nameplate.

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I use it too, it's the best. If it does have a downside it is: be careful not to get it on decals you don't want to remove.
Unfortunately I guess we don't have this type of 3M product North of the border :( the good news is that we are leaving next week for Louisiana to attend a Cajun rally, should be able to find that 3M stuff along the way

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