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How to get rid of the fender flare glue?

Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Joeswole, Apr 28, 2020.

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  1. Joeswole

    Joeswole Junior Member

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    After removing the fender flares on my truck that had been on their for years the glue or whatever they used stuck on their. I tried using a heat gun but didn’t really work any thoughts


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    3M eraser wheel.
     
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    Okay I’ll try that where can I find one ? Local parts store?


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    Yeah, most auto parts stores carry them or I got mine off of amazon.
     
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    I ordered it hopefully it works because this glue is thick and hard as a rock lol


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    While you wait for your eraser wheel, try some 'Goo Gone' or 'Graffiti Remover'. The Goo Gone can be had in small bottles at Dollar Tree. I've had good luck removing hard dried glue with it, but you can't use soap and water with it or it won't work, just let it soak. The graffiti remover is harsh on paint and a last resort, but it will take everything off, probably down to bare metal.
     
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    I just got the wheel today, so tomorrow I’ll check it out one side has some hard stuff that they used it’s like JB weld almost


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