Seriously, HOW DO I EFFECTIVELY REMOVE THIS KIND OF CRAP!?!?!

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  1. 14RAM1500BG

    14RAM1500BG Senior Member

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    I removed a glued on weatherstrip with zero damage with WD40. Took a while to get it all off but if you spray enough it softens the glue and it will rub off. Just takes time.
     
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    Bouncer Junior Member

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    Try Charcoal lighter fluid, squirt a bit on and let it soak then use PLASTIC razor blades and scrape it off, Worked great on the glue and crap on my 5th wheel trailers decals and glue.
     
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    Jerseystyle Senior Member

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    For the love of all that's holy, he said he got it![​IMG]

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  4. Drunken Hamster

    Drunken Hamster Damn Skippy!

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    It's all good. Let the info spread. There's still that residue above my windows to take care of. Though, I'm thinking the buffer will need to be taken to that...

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