July 1, 2014
Removing the adhesive is relatively easy, but sometimes, the plastic is still there and won’t let you get at the adhesive. So, I usually recommend starting with Goof Off, Goo be gone or WD40. You can also try soaking with one of these items and then cover with Saran Wrap and let it work…then take a plastic scraper. If really stubborn, you can get some Auto-polish and a buffer, this is going to heat and melt the plastic…this will be a little messy, but will then allow you to remove the rest with WD40. If necessary, follow with the polish and a Clean buffer.
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