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Old 08-03-2006, 01:19 AM   #11
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if it is adhesive, I would suggest 3M adhesive remover (can buy at a lot of auto places, and NAPA)
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if it is adhesive, I would suggest 3M adhesive remover (can buy at a lot of auto places, and NAPA)
..sorry I'm really ignorant on this subject.. How do I know if it'* adhesive?
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that may do the trick ? i've got a gallon sized CAN in my basement.. my dad probably had it back in the 70'* or 80'*.. looks pretty old. Will it be no good or does it go bad after X amount of months/years/decades ?
try a little bit on a rag on a SMALL spot on the car, if all is good do the whole thing, but you car is Base clear so i cant imagin there being any harm
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that may do the trick ? i've got a gallon sized CAN in my basement.. my dad probably had it back in the 70'* or 80'*.. looks pretty old. Will it be no good or does it go bad after X amount of months/years/decades ?
try a little bit on a rag on a SMALL spot on the car, if all is good do the whole thing, but you car is Base clear so i cant imagin there being any harm
Thank you for the help, peter. Much appreciated man
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Eric:
If you have any of your clay bar left you could use that to remove the residue left from the pin stripe.
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if it is adhesive, I would suggest 3M adhesive remover (can buy at a lot of auto places, and NAPA)
..sorry I'm really ignorant on this subject.. How do I know if it'* adhesive?
adhesive is basicly the glue that holds a sticker in place, so if it was a sticker type of pinstripe then that might be some adhesive left over.
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Yep, I'd bet that'* adhesive too. The 3M stuff, plus bug and tar remover or a pre-wax cleaner can get that stuff right off. Looks nice w/o the stripes, though it didn't look bad with them.
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If you have any of your clay bar left you could use that to remove the residue left from the pin stripe.
I was thinking about that.. I guess I've got a project tonight, eh?
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You cant say eh your not a canadian, btw, Id recomend using the 3m product then using your clay to remove the rest of the left overs, id honestly stay away from thinners and what not, if you use to much or get a run down the side of the car ho knows what will happen, be sure to wax after the removal, best of luck
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