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Old 01-27-2010, 05:25 AM
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Last month I went to a car rally with my friend and they pasted some posters all over my friend's Blazer. We have removed all the posters, but it left some ugly glue marks on the paint and these marks are easily noticeable. Looking for some easy and safe ways to remove these marks without any damage, because his Blazer is Teflon coated.


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Old 01-27-2010, 09:12 AM
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teflon? interesting.....

goo gone and light rubbing with a soft rag = no more glue.
 
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I agree with the goo gone idea. I've used it on mine before removing some ducktape markings and it worked great.
 
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Gas will work too (us poor people used to use it when it was cheap) Or go to the walmart store and get some GOO Gone xtreme. I've used both and it's way better and works faster than regular goo gone.
 
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Goo Gone works well.
 
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Goo Gone, or WD-40 both work great on things like that.
 
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I too recommend Goo Gone, I had some 2 part epoxy that I was using on a windy day and it streamed along the side of my car - it got it off easy
 
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I'm gonna go a different direction and say use a scraper. Dig in deep with a lot of pressure. Guaranteed the glue will be gone...

along with the clear coat, paint and primer.

Well, maybe the Goo Gone might be better in this situation!
 
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Some hot water will do the trick. just rub the glue with a cloth dipped in boiling water.
 
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Goo Gone FTW! My only suggestion is rub it with your finger first before rubbing with a towel. Rubbing it with your finger first will keep the glue ***** from sticking to the towel which can be rubbed into the paint and cause scratches
 
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