Yeah, I suppose that if someone tried to use the wheel like a buffer, it would be pretty bad
I have used the eraser on my '93 to remove the pin stripes from my parts car, the '03 to remove the dealer sticker, my '92 Grand Prix to remove the dealer sticker, and probably three or four other random vehicle sticker removal type jobs with no bad results.
GooGone is NOTHING compared to 3M General Purpose Adhesive Remover. I wish people would stop recommending GooGone on this forum. But neither of them will work until the bulk of the sticker has been removed. Be careful with the eraser wheel. They can leave major swirl/buffing marks. I wouldn't use it.
Thanks. Do I just pour this on the sticker or is this for the sticky stuff thats left from the sticker?
If its one of those just press on stickers a heat gun and plastic razorblade will take it right off. Might leave some residue from the glue but you can just wash that off easily after with a little elbow grease.
I used to detail cars for a dealership and thats how I got even the 3D lettering off. Heat gun is magic